Grady and Drew at Zoo Atlanta, December 2013
Here are some photos from our Christmas visit:
Is this kid excited or what? December 22, 2013, just after arriving at MeMe and PaPa’s home.
‘Twas the Night Before Christmas:
Grady listens to the famous poem read by his parents and Uncle Matt, Christmas Eve 2013.
Ho Ho Ho, on with the show! Christmas morning 2013
WOW! Christmas morning!
It turns out his favorite thing was the curling ribbon.
And here’s where it all started…
I walked through the door snapping away…
Grady looks happy to see his mama face to face!
Grady gets a good look at his father
This will give you an idea where they got the name…
I waited almost 57 years for this!!!
Grady and me, 7-30-13
Grady with Uncle Paul, MD — if you have to wait all day for a baby, it’s nice to have a physician nearby to do the play-by-play. Drew was texting everything to Paul, who has a smart phone. Hey, I’m a grandmother, did you REALLY expect ME to have one?
Megan, looking great after her 24-hour ordeal, and Drew justly proud of her.
UPDATE: see our first, very brief video of Grady, sent to us on Sunday morning 8-11-13:
Jeff was able to visit Grady for a few hours on Saturday, August 17:
This is Drew’s idea of a 1-month portrait. This guy is SERIOUS about baseball.
Grady looks as if he is thinking, “Whatever baseball is, I hope I like it or I’m TOAST.”
Hooray for Grady! Wish I could see this in person…
Grady sends you a fist-bump!
He is liking the world better all the time!
Here’s Grady at 10 weeks.
Grady has his Halloween costume!
Although Megan says pretty much all his clothes could double as costumes…
It appears from the video below (October 30, 2013) that Grady has inherited a rather quirky but robust sense of humor!
Grady has decided he’s a pretty fun guy!
Official Four-Month Portrait – scroll up to see a comparison to the One-month-old. What a difference three months makes!
Grady at four months, grinning and growing!
Grady considers adopting his grandfather’s career, December 2013