Isaac has a new trick. As mentioned before he can make the "Sun" motion and the "me" motion while someone sings the song, "God Made the Round, Round Sun." Well, it gets better, my friends, because he can now request the song. That's right, he is training for the day when he can call in a long distance request on the Ryan Seacrest Top 40 countdown. Isaac will put his hands over his head and make the "sun" sign and then sign "more." This happens at random points throughout the day and he usually likes for us to sing the song at least five times before he goes on with his day.
He started swimming lessons this week and appears to be having a great time. He can blow bubbles out of the water, but still isn't too sure about blowing them in the water.
After almost 12 long months of earnestly checking our mailbox, we were finally greeted with a highly anticipated package last week. ACU finally sent us our "Born to be a Wildcat" onesie. Our Alma Mater sends out a "free" onesie to all alumni with the birth/adoption of each child. I say "free" because I am sure somewhere on an itemized bill of my schooling I will discover that I paid $39.95 for this article of baby clothing. Upon receiving this prized onesie, the alumni parent is supposed to take their bouncing baby's picture sporting these collegiate threads and send it into the ACU Today. Well, we attempted to take said picture last week and here is what we got......... Obviously, we will be attempting the ACU photoshoot again this week since you cannot read the front and before Isaac outgrows the onesie (which is a 12 months). As you can see from the top picture (where Isaac looks like he is about five years old), Isaac burns calories faster than his body can absorb them.