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Message from Cole

Hi ... it's Cole.

I was sure that you were all missing me and I had a few minutes between takes. (My mom takes my picture every half hour ... SO embarrassing. Especially the naked shots which I will not publish here). Anyway ...

If you look closely at this black and white head shot, you'll see that I have a tiny scratch on my right cheek. Yes, it's from shaving. I have a terrible time getting rid of my five o'clock shadow. It's a safety razor (hah! not safe enough for babies apparently).

Speaking of safety, here's an interesting shot of me trying to take off the safety caps from the electrical outlet.

They think I can't do it yet so everyone just lets me pretend. Just cause I'm a little pudgy does not mean I am not athletic.

Obviously I can stand and walk now. If my Papa wasn't so dumb when it comes to video downloads, he'd show you here but he hasn't quite figured out how to do that yet.

Went shopping for my first pair of shoes last week. What do you think?  Yeah, they had my size in length but there's a lot of work to do on the instep. 

The cankle stage has me a little concerned. I know I'll grow out of it ... I hope I do ... but I kinda enjoy the girls giggling when I walk by.

Fortunately, my mom has not stopped feeding me.

I eat just about every 45 minutes now. Even in the middle of the night, I might scream a little just to get a bottle. 

It works well.
  



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