Thursday, September 27, 2012

I See Your Belly Button!

My Little guy has a belly fettish! 
When he is tired his hand seeks the belly button. 

 
I dare not put him in any one piece outfits because there is no belly access.
 And... he has this thing?!?  
He will come up to me, crawl in my lap, push up my shirt slightly, pull up his shirt, press our bellies together and give me a great big hug along with a sweet grin. His way of showing affection??? I dunno know?
He does it quite often. To date he has thankfully never tried this in public.
He only does that to me. Other family members have received belly hugs on there legs or arm.

As some of you may remember, he has been seeing several specialists about some health issues we have been trying to diagnosis for over a year now. One thing all the doctors notice is his small size and his really distended belly. Although it may be part of the problem, I think it makes a great spot for giving raspberries which he L-O-V-E-S!

With all this belly action around here I couldn't resist giving this activity a try.
He is somewhat of a neat freak for his age, so at first he was a little apprehensive. That didn't last long after the first blob of paint touched the belly.




Reading Confetti     Reading Confetti

12 comments:

  1. Lol, too funny! My daughter does this thing called "bellies!" where she lifts her shirt and expects us to lift ours then we touch bellies. When she is tired, she has a similar thing where her hand goes to her ear. She pulls her ear lobe, she also likes to play with our ears when she's sleepy. I guess all kids have their strange little quirks!

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    1. Very cute. They make for some precious memories huh? Thanks for stopping by!
      Be blessed,
      Julie

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  2. Very cute! Thank you for linking up to my Enchanted Thursdays Blog Hop.

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  3. Absolutely adorable! Belly buttons are the best especially when they are painted too!

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  4. That is a cute idea. My four year-old niece loves her belly button and holds it as a security blanket. She may need a belly print : 0 ). Thanks for linking to Artsy Play Wednesday on Capri + 3.

    : 0 ) Theresa

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  5. What fun!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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  6. Oh I bet he loved seeing his belly button print on the paper. Cute! Thanks for sharing at the Sunday Showcase. :)

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  7. you want me offer how much money to the baby

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