The day I brought Samberg home. He was ecstatic to be torn apart from his mother, brothers and sisters.
He warmed up to me on day 2.
Samberg was an athlete at a very young age.
He did this all on his own.
BALL PROBLEMS: Samberg attempts to solve a problem:
1. "Why you gotta take the ball away from me Mom?"
2. "Maybe if I shimmy to the left I can reach it."
3. "Nope. I need a new game plan. I'm going around."
Samberg watching his father, Andy Samberg, in our favorite movie "Hot Rod."
Halloween: Cowgirl and a Cow. Horses are so last year.
Samberg enjoying story time. I try to read to him before bed, as all good mothers do.
Samberg acting like his life is horrible and he's locked in jail so I will feel guilty and take him outside.
Too cool for school.
He is very limber.
Samberg enjoying the great outdoors and the view from our roof.
Samberg never wants me to forget about him when packing for vacation.
Try me, bitch.
Samberg fell asleep like this. It was a long car ride.
Communication is the key to having a successful relationship.
Samberg-sized doggy door.
Samberg wants to be the Virgin Mary for Halloween.
We understand each other.
It's hard to tell, but Samberg is sporting his favorite "I Love Hanson" t-shirt.