Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Like his mama, maybe?

Think he's going to be a lefty? He usually uses his left hand, though occasionally he will use his right. I think it would be fun if he was a lefty, since I am one.

His school sent these pictures home. They are a picture of a picture, hence the blurriness.


Jen said...

All three of my boys are left handed. With Evan, it was evident when he starting eating finger foods; one would have thought that his right arm was paralyzed the way he would let it hang limp while he ate! Athletically I'm left handed, I write with my right hand, and for all other things, it just depends! I remember when I was younger, and I would have to think about which hand I should use to do something....I still don't know which hand I serve a tennis ball better with (not very good with either), although I'm VERY left handed when I throw a ball or serve a volleyball (I got the serving award 2 years in a row :-) I peel potatoes towards me with my left hand and peel carrots away from me with my right. The list of differences goes on and on.

Umma said...

Monkey also seems to favor his left hand a great deal. My dad is very excited, it would be his only grandchild who is left handed too, lol.

Anonymous said...

My mom is a lefty and the rest of us are righties. Actually I can go either way. So at dinner we had to sit next to each other so she wouldn't bump elbows with everyone else. Now Matty shows that he can use both hands as well. So he gets to sit by his grandma now :)