Wednesday, November 30, 2011

A few questions for Grey

Well Leigh and I had this great idea that we'd set up the camera this past holiday weekend and ask greyson what he was thankful for. Naturally, he wasn't interested in accommodating us for our video...However we did get some footage of him answering some random questions, drumming, and singing his favorite song, which happens to be called "1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 song"

heres the video.

Heres a few images from our Thanksgiving Day.

Just relaxing after a big meal...and some how Grey ended up with 3 "ories" (eeyores)

Another incredible year with so much to be thankful for!

love to all,

Andy, Leigh, Grey


krousehouse said...

Ya'll need to watch those ories before you have an entire house full of them. Seems they are much like bunnies in their multiplication! Grey is precious as always!

Kelly said...

What a smartie pants!! He is such a cutie and I love watching the videos of him!! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

Our family said...

Love him :) he is too cute! Hope you're having a good week. XO

Joanna said...

hehe!! I love it! Did he seriously say 45 as his favorite number the second go around?! Crack up!! What a smart and silly little monkey. :) And watch those first 2 Ories...I swear they were making out that one time, and now there's suddenly a 3rd Orie in the mix...who looks suspiciously like them...hmmm;)

Nate and Emily said...

He is so smart! I just love him! Carson enjoyed watching the video :)

Mariann said...

hi-larious. 45! Hexagon! He's a hoot.

C. S. Beyer said...

Hi Leigh,

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Our first phase produced promising results but, we believe that it is appropriate for us to replicate this study in a second, independent group of mothers. We are beginning our second study in early January and are reaching out to more mothers to participate. In order to reach as many women as possible, I would very much appreciate if you could include news about the study in your blog. I also have banners and buttons if you would like to post something on your site. In addition it would be great to connect with you via facebook (search SB Genetics) and twitter @sbgenetics.

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Warmest regards and happy holidays,


Scasmflops said...

i cannot get enough of this smart, cute, silly little guy. LOVE THIS VIDEO!!!!! Its so amazing that 45 is even a number he knows :) That is adorable!!!! Love you guys! Thankful for friends like you.

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