This is my great grandson Max , with his dog Madison. This picture of Max and Madison looking out the window, just squeezes my heart. There's just something about a round headed kid peering out the window that makes me feel so much love .Lynzie said they watch for the school bus and the kids in the neighborhood. Lynzie gave Max a non skid stool for this activity.
I love how Max has his hand on his best buddy's back. Doesn't this just make you smile?
Max has a way of taking over the living room , with his toys.
Here's his daddy Mark, reading to him. I love that Max is read to often.
Now he is enjoying some jelly toast with his grandmother Gigi (Liz).
I also love that he watches Jeopardy. LOL. His mommy Lynzie, says he dances to the music and claps when the audience claps. I just can't help myself, I am in love with my little great grands. Two for now, number 3 , Luke is due any time. Lynzie has been having some pains. Luke will be Max's baby brother. Not by much though. I will post as soon as he is born...could be a few days. I am not sure .
Today is to be warmer and the sun is already shining. I will be cleaning around the porch. I want to wish all of you a beautiful day. XO
Oh Susie, he is absolutely precious!!! -JennReplyDelete
Thank you Jenn. I wish I closer so I could hug that baby boy everyday. Lynzie is on her maternity leave for this next baby, due any time, I think...she's had some pains and started her dilating...I though sure the second one would be easier. Blessings to you for a fresh and great new week. xoxo, SusieDelete
This photo is precious and could win a contest! I just love it. Max will be a great big brother! How cute that he watches Jeopardy and claps and dances! lol I remember Karen's son was fascinated with both the mail truck and the trash truck when he was little. So happy you have warmer temps today. We have rain today! God bless Lynzie and baby Luke - keep us posted. xoxoReplyDelete
Mildred, Thank you. I know that phrase, A boy and his dog , has been used...but this is so cute. I asked Lynzie to make me a hard copy to frame.I will keep it forever. My best friend son used to say he wanted to drive a trsh truck when he grew up. LOL He is now our county sheriff.A very good one also. Blessings for a wonderful week. xoxo,love, SusieDelete
Oh Max...such a handsome and charming little guy! I know you simply adore him Susie!ReplyDelete
I do just want to squeeze him and kiss on that sweet face, every time I see him. LOL Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
What a precious picture of a boy and his dog!! Just darling. Great grandchildren are such a blessing. Be sure and keep us posted when the new one arrives.ReplyDelete
Have a great week.
Judy, I learned a different kind of love when I had my daughters, that is the love that gets stronger and stronger with the grands and great grands. I have heard no more of Lynzie's pains...false, I guess.Blessings to you , xoxo, SusieDelete
Susie, Max is adorable and I'm wondering if their dog is a Standard Poodle or a Doodle? Either one would be a great companion for the little guy.ReplyDelete
Noreen, Max's buddy is a blond cocker spaniel. I think he looked so curly cause he'd had a grooming.:) I really like that sweet dog. Where Max goes so does Madison and visa versa. LOL Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Oh- I am in love, too, Susie. He is just darling and those pictures by the window are just so very precious. You will remember those long after he becomes a big boy! What a blessing!!!! xo DianaReplyDelete
Diana, I asked Lynzie to get me a hard copy of that picture so I could frame it. You are right about remembering. I look at my grown grands and wondered where did their childhoods go. It's hard to believe that Layla is two and Max is 1 and a half. Lynzie and Mark wanted their children close together...but ooo, that is going to be a handful.LOL As we well know. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
Those are the cutest pictures I have seen in a long time. I love the one where Max has his hand on his dog's back. I'm sure he'll be a wonderful big brother.ReplyDelete
Kathy, When I saw that picture of Max with his hand on Madison's back ...it just make me melt. They are the best of buddies. Where one goes , the other follows. I am anxious for Lynzie to have her baby...when it gets this close it's nerving. Blessings to you, xoxo, SusieDelete
Oh, my!!! He is so precious! It really does squeeze my heart!!ReplyDelete
Linda, Babies , toddlers ,and little ones ...if they only knew how much we love them. I hear it in your voice in the videos how much you adore the quads. I am ready for Lynzie to have her baby, Luke, and I know that sweet girl is beyond ready. She said she's tired of being pregnant now. The baby is due in May but I think she'll go early. Blessings, xoxo, SusieDelete
How you've BRIGHTENED MY day with this sweet boy and his simple small adventures with his loyal pal.ReplyDelete
That age, that age---walking around and getting into things, and still at that nuzzle-his-sweet-neck to make him giggle time in a little one's life...
What promises for the future, and what a bright prospect for this sweet young family! All best to all of you!
Rachel, I worried how the dog, Madison, would accept Max when he was born. I should never have worried...they've been inseparable. I am not sure how the dog is , maybe four. Yes, Max is still young enough to cuddle and play peck a boo. I have this thing about littleones looking out windows...I feel sad and want to hug them and make sure they are happy. I can't even explain that. Max is blessed with wonderful smart parents, so I am hoping for the brightest future for him and his brother Luke. ( no word about any more pains ) I know Lynzie is eager to have the new baby here. Blessings to you and yours, xoxo, SusieDelete
Susie, this is one of the cutest pictures that I've ever seen, and the black and white makes it even more special. I can see why you are in love with this little guy. He looks so cute looking out the window watching the school children pass by with his buddy right next to him. That's so special that his daddy reads to him all the time. That's something that I loved to do when my kids were small. That's so funny that he watches Jeopardy!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a beautiful day too, Susie.
Sheri, This picture just tugged at my heart. It was like Layla 's little round headed picture. She was looking out the window also. There's just something a bit sad seeing them look out...like do they want out...what are they looking for or at...I just want to hold them and rock them. I am sure these photos will bring me to tears one day. Yes, him watching Jeopardy cracks me up. Blessing to you honey. xoxo,love, SusieDelete
Max is adorable and I love the pics of him and his dog looking out the window! So cute. I also love that he is read to. It's so important. He has a sweet life.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh what a cutie pie he is!! XoReplyDelete
Well, that photo tugged at my heart, too. It can't get any sweeter than that. Max and his buddy. Love it!ReplyDelete