… because I might change my mind.

Catching up with Keegan

Several posts back I promised some photos from Keegan’s first haircut. One of the drawbacks to using 35mm film instead of a digital camera is that it takes a while to finish a roll of film, get it developed and upload the pictures on the not-free CD that Wolf Camera provides with the pictures. The upside of 35mm film is that you usually capture pictures from a number of events. And I get to pass on that bounty to you today.

Here we are outside Bob’s Barber Shop:

Uhh, what exactly are you planning to do with that thing?

Check out that fro!!

My future’s so bright, I got to wear shades!

Keegan is constantly on the move. And he has a full mouth of teeth — the better to smile with.

A few weeks ago, Keegan started school. He goes to Jen’s-free-Wednesday-morning preschool at a nearby church. He really seems to enjoy it. He’s been three weeks now, and we have three pieces of art to show for it. By Christmas, we should be able to wallpaper the guest room with his original works. Fine by me. Here’s K-Man on his first day of school with the bag the school made us buy to carry all of his artwork.

You may recall my previous posts about playing softball. Well, the pants must have worked. Our firm team won the league playoffs. It’s got to be the pants. Here’s Keegan with the trophy.


6 responses

  1. Kee is amazingly adorable. What happened to all of y’alls furniture? You have big airy spaces in your house now?????

    September 28, 2007 at 3:06 am

  2. The above was Amy. Mark doesn’t use words like amazingly adorable…..

    September 28, 2007 at 3:06 am

  3. The furniture is moving back into the rooms of our house. We’ve been trying to sell the house. Realtor’s advice was to scale down and thin out the furniture. That would reach potential buyers who could then envision their own furniture in the open space. That may be, but it don’t sell the place. We’re pulling the “for sale” sign next week. Jen and I were commenting the other night while Keegan was scaling a chain-link fence at the park that we are thankful that Eli lives in SSI. If the 2 of them spent an extended amount of time together, there’s no telling what trouble they’d get into.

    September 28, 2007 at 1:26 pm

  4. He is amazingly adorable! You should get a digital camera so you can post pics more often!!

    September 28, 2007 at 3:29 pm

  5. Hey bro,Tough loss for yall last night. Were you at the swamp?

    September 30, 2007 at 3:54 pm

  6. It was good! The soccer team won, for once. I was parents’ weekend too, so it was good to see Jeff and Kibbie. It’s amazing that they still know a lot of people after 30 years.

    October 8, 2007 at 7:05 pm

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