41 thoughts on “Levi

  1. Sheila Ryan

    That little guy is a handsome one. (And I love your Twitpic that showed his hands. His hands are the best.)

    The Iz, she is a hard act to follow, but Levi will be up to it.

  2. Amanda Mae Meyncke

    Oh god, it’s actually cute! I’m not kidding! Some babies look like potatoes, but that baby is cute. Between the Iz and Mr. Levi, you’re gonna have your hands full for quite a while.

    Best to you and Alicia!

  3. Rick Neece

    Get ready, Michael. You’re going to have to buy big shoes and big gloves. Only happiness, my wish for you all!

  4. Cindy Scroggins

    Wow. Baby Levi is wise. I can see it in his face. If there is such a thing as an old soul, Levi has one. Beautiful.

    Phil, I love to smell babies. That’s the first thing I do around one. Babies smell even better than puppies.

  5. Carole Corlew

    Deron is a sugar boy too, but I was talking about the baby Levi this time. I am onworking a temporary alternate name, Shelia. I really need to see someone in 3D for that. But he’s so little a sort of “real” name might come to me anyway. It’s an essence thing.

    I knew a guy named Dan back when, from Roanoke. He entered the University of Virginia before women were accepted there, in the days when men attended class in blue blazers and ties. When I met him he had a cigarette in one hand, a whiskey in the other and was partying down. With a big smile, he announced, “I am a buddhist.”

    He was a great guy, fun to be around. I knew he was no “Dan,” but “Lester,” which is a Scottish and Irish surname of Gaelic origin, a variant of Lister. He thought the name and the concept were funny. But before long, he was calling himself Lester.

  6. Carole Corlew

    Deron. Trying to crowd out a baby. Poor Levi. Although he might be like my son. As soon as he could talk when anyone looked at him even for a second he said, “Why are you staring at me.”

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