Prepare yourselves for a massive photo and video dump of random as we catch up with the week...
The weather has been amazing, so we've been trying to get outside as much as possible to get some fresh air and enjoy the fall. Almost everyday, Georgia begs to hit the playground after school. If it's nice out, you'll find us there until it's time to head home for dinner. We're lucky to live in an amazing neighborhood with lots of great parks and playgrounds to explore.
|Swinging with my girl!|
|Waiting for his turn to play!|
Last Sunday was a picture perfect fall day. I went to get a pedicure later in the afternoon and Nick took the kids for a short walk... or so he thought. They ended up walking/riding all the way to the local shopping center. He then text me asking if I wanted to meet them up there for dinner (and a lift home). Georgia was beyond proud of herself for biking all the way there.
|Look of determination!|
|Just along for the ride!|
Yes, she is chanting "Pazzo! Pazzo! Pazzo!" as she peddles.
|Over the river and through the woods!|
|Still going strong|
|Pulling into the shopping center!|
Grant has been smiling for the past month or so, but the past 2 weeks have been so much fun. He's so happy and lights up whenever he spots one of us. Even if you just walk away and then return, he gets a huge grin on his face when you show up again.
|7am and smiling away waiting for us to get him up|
|Out to lunch with my guy this week|
The continued "torture"/play with the baby continues in our house...
Nick experimented a bit with a wrap that a friend loaned to us. It took him quite awhile to figure out, but only took Grant about 10 seconds to fall asleep in there. Win!
Georgia NEVER held her own bottle. Not a single feeding... ever. This kid is DYING to hold his bottle at 12 weeks old.
On Columbus Day, Georgia's school held Open House. We were invited to observe kindergarten from 9-10:30am. She loved having Nick and I visit the class and we were happy to get a sneak peek into her daily world...
|I was thrilled to spot Georgia's allergy profile sheet hung in the classroom (I made these and gave them to the school to display)|
Typically, Grant isn't a huge fan of tummy time. However, one morning this week, he was having a blast checking everything out... until he passed out! He stayed this way for hours...
One day in the near future, I'm hoping to blog more than once per week again. However, even once a week is a stretch these days. Not sure where the time goes every day?!?!