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the eric update - day 151: feet on palm, revisited.

little odin is growing so fast and since we see him everyday it's sometimes hard to keep all the growth in perspective.

in exactly one hundred days, i think his feet have doubled in size! and he's so strong that it was actually quite difficult to take the picture because he was pushing against my hand so forcefully with his feet.

it's all the more flabbergasting to realize that when he was born, his feet were barely larger than a nickel!

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12/02/2004 11:20:00 PM 1 comments


they sure can push back hard! you'd think by now he'd cooperate a little better :-)

By Blogger e3, at 11:44 PM  

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