Saturday, August 16, 2014

The Many Faces Of Seoul

When Raelynn was one month old, I wrote this post showcasing the adorable little faces she made back then. Except for Problem Face. That one wasn't very cute.

So let's take a look at sweet little Seoul and the faces she's made over the last month...
Here's one of the first photos ever taken of Seoul. She has hair but much less hair than Raelynn did. Raelynn totally looked like she had Jeremy's hair when she was born.

After a bath in the hospital, Seoul and I are both left wondering why the fuck they've put a onesie on her head. It's not a hat, morons!

 Mmmm...tasty hand!

Sleepy baby. Must be full from eating that hand.

Seoul's first time on the baby play mat. Wow...all these trippy colors and things!

 Mom! There's some weird baby staring at me! Oh...wait...

Phew...no one suspects a thing.

A sleepy smile!

One of the first (of hopefully many!) sweet sisterly moments. Raelynn gives her little sister a big kiss!
Holding her head up all by herself to get a better look at her daddy! Whoah! I did it!

 Ah, here is Seoul's Problem Face. Looks just like Raelynn's version.

Say what now? People are making videos of themselves getting buckets of ice water dumped on them to raise awareness for Lou Gehrig's disease?!? And that helps out how?!?

 I'm gonna have to think about that and get back to you, chief.

Strike a pose, there's nothing to it. VOGUE!

Wazzzzzzzzzup!

And now, presented without comment, these darling photos of our precious Seoul as an official one-month old baby. No more Grandpa Face!














What? I didn't do it! I swear!

It was her! Yes! My sister, Raelynn. Blame her! Muahahahahahaha!

Happy 1st Month, Seoul! We all love you so much and can't wait to see all the things you accomplish as you grow!

4 comments:

  1. Our son had a grandpa face for nearly two months. Well, after few weeks it went actually from grandpa face to creepy Winston Churchill face...
    Now he is 6 months old and still has no hairs :p

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  2. Hahaha! In all the photos I've seen of your little Nathan, he looks so cute though! Don't worry about the hair...it will grow. I've got a friend here who just had her 3rd daughter. That one is about 6 months old and still no hair. Her other 2 daughters didn't start getting hair until they were about 1 year old each. My dad told me that when my brother was little, our mom would cry every day because he didn't get hair until he was 1 1/2. She thought he'd never get hair!

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  3. My mother told me that I had no hair either until I was 13 months or so. However all the evil Chinese are asking us what is wrong with him or wether we shave his head :p

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  4. Oh like they have room to talk, shaving the heads of pretty little girls and then cutting their hair (when it does grow back) into some unflattering man haircut. My MIL has worn her hair like an ugly man for years. And they do this to little girls. I always smile more when I see a mom with a little girl who has long hair. Good for her! Tell the evil people to go die. Oh no, that's too mean. Tell them the doctor said there's no cause for worry. Also, just because a baby is born with hair doesn't mean it will stay in. It is very common for a baby's original hair to fall out. Sometimes all of it will fall out and other times, it will just be in a patch or 2 on the head. Raelynn had a huge head of hair when she was born. She eventually had an old man bald spot on the back of her head. This is normal. Now of course you can see from her photos she has beautiful hair and lots and lots of it.

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