Posted Date: April 28, 2009April 28, 2009author:LDCategories:Mostly a pictureRe: the lil' peanut“Follow me, Baba!” Um, to the ends of the earth? I’m thinking? Or at least as far as I can go. Post navigation Previous PostPrevious postWeekend bonus shot, 04.25.09Next PostNext postFlash! Church and state are supposed to be separate! In a similar vein: Posted Date: April 30, 2007May 1, 2007Swing! Posted Date: February 21, 2016February 21, 2016First Pride Posted Date: February 9, 2007water/baby 12 thoughts on ““Follow me, Baba!”” quite possibly the cutest picture in the universe. Log in to Reply Oh, thank you virgotex. I am constitutionally incapable of disagreeing with you, even in a falsely modest sort of way, since the little bugger drives me up a tree with love for him and I really can’t resist this rallying cry of his. Log in to Reply definitely the cutest! i’ve been meaning to get back to you re: sons. i wonder if it’s a second child thing because i feel like i have a similarly special connection with C. Stuff to think about. xo Log in to Reply This shot and the previous one of him sitting in the chair are absolutely amazing. Does he realize yet that he will likely get away with anything as far a you are concerned? Log in to Reply Erm, don’t tell him that. Since it’s absolutely true. I am hoping to impart enough charm and grace that, after he gets away with whatever he wants, he worms his way back into the good graces of whomever he just hoodwinked. Log in to Reply Okay, and since you asked. Or even if you didn’t. Here’s him cajoling his sister and Mama, after he was sure he had me (re)wrapped around his little pinky: Log in to Reply O, when he starts putting his hands in his pockets… The first picture I took of my nephew with his hands in his pockets, age 5 I think, just about undid me. I don’t know why, but I find it so poignant. Log in to Reply I think it’s the gesture of an age beyond them — a foreshadowing of a more adult way of carrying the body which, when transposed on the wee little body, only underscores how mini (and vulnerable) they are. Thus bringing out the part in us — those of us that have it — that’s sympathetic and responsive to that. You know, that, or it’s just plain cute. Log in to Reply And I, of course, just love the curls 🙂 I would be tempted to follow him to the ends of the earth as well! He looks like a happy boy–you’re doing a great job! Log in to Reply My friend’s first baby was born on Wednesday morning. His twitter post this morning?: ‘So tired, but I think I could do this forever’. Log in to Reply That is beautiful. Log in to Reply The shot is awesome – the way he is looking back at you, wishing you to come. When I see pictures like this, I wish time could just stand still. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.