Calvin was just one month old on the second day of camp, a tiny bit too little to camp out with us over night so his mom and other grandmother brought him up for dinner and campfire time.
He slept on the table in his car seat while we ate.
Once he woke up we got a new family picture taken on the picture taking log.
Trying to get everyone's expression right at the same time: Challenging!
Pretty good/good enough!
I wonder if this face making will be a habit once they are older too?
I hear that behavior is true about a lot of brothers.
Calvin has had his other grandmother at his beck and call for the last couple of weeks.
She shared a few insights into Calvin that might help me when I get to watch him two days a week starting in a couple of weeks, after her visit time ends.
Bernie finally had his chance to hold and get to know Calvin.
My brown eyed baby boy grandson.
While Cal was in Bernie's hands I had my first chance to take pictures of Calvin while he was fully awake.
I feel like I hardly know him, or at least compared to how well I know his big brother.
A few hundred photos of Calvin taken over the next two years ought to fix that problem.
I snapped away, capturing his changing expressions.
He is still so tiny...Bernie's hands look huge aside Calvin's small head.
He seems to be studying Bernie's face as much as Bernie is studying Cal's face.
He has learned to smile...and stick out his tongue too.
Useful skills to have at four weeks of age.
Luke has had his daddy to himself for a couple of days; now Luke is ready for some Mommy time and Jeff is ready for some Calvin time.
Me...I am happy for any time with either of them.
So glad they live nearby and I can have time with both of them often.
Hopefully we will have plenty of camp time over the years too.