Checkup

He was a bit difficult the last couple of days. Maybe an ear infection?

 

Being a newborn in Holland, it sets you out on a track of periodical tests and checkups. Growth, weight, reflexes and development...

 

 

Edie, Rima and 4 more people faved this
  • Edie 10y

    oh...look at that face! what a moment to catch!
  • Shmily 10y

    awwww <3
  • cafetran 10y

    lovely baby
  • Tennessee_Gator PRO 10y

    beautiful capture.
  • elfinity PRO 10y

    aw, what a face. He looks like, "OMG! What is that strange instrument and must you jab it in my ear?"
  • *omnia* 9y

    scary! poor little tacker :(

    enzo looks very healthy! he has gained a lot of weight, what a cutie
  • goodie_good 5y

    this is my first true and authentic LOL of 2010..

    found via www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/03/ear-infections-could-c...

    my second real LOL is realizing that, when he's all grown up and brings a girl home about 15 years from now, you can embarrass his ass off by dragging out this famous (infamous?) picture.
  • goodie_good 5y

    oops, i should have checked the date. about 10 years from now... ;)
  • aaron_language 5y

    What a wonderful photo and great capture of a baby moment, although it may not be a particularly happy shot. Thank your for the shot and putting it at Flickr with a CC license. Your shot is now also at our site on medical translation at medical-translation.aaronlanguage.com/medical_speedy.html. We have credited you with your name right below your shot. If you click your name, it links to our credits page at medical-translation.aaronlanguage.com/medical_credits/med.... Your name then appears on the credits page again and links to your profile here at flickr.
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