Monday, January 24, 2011
We are down to one nap a day and the sound of Robert's broom beating the wall is proof his nap is over.
This past week was a great week. Robert had his first circus experience and probably the best. We had a slight private showing (you could say) of the elephants and a few clowns. A nice clown walked up to Robert and said "Hey Buddy" to which Robert replied with the loudest scream I have ever heard. It was worse than a strep test. He screamed "UP" (aka hold me) and held on for dear life the rest of the morning. Regardless, I know he loved watching the elephants and talks about them daily.
Wednesday Robert shoved Three pretzel sticks into the electrical outlet. Fun. He also locked Macy and I out of the house. Great day.
We had some Ryland time on Friday which is always good. The boys feasted on some homemade whipped cream when I made this and played their hearts out.
Saturday we played at home and then Robert ate his first tortilla with queso at Moes. It was a big event. Sunday was Church and Robert took one of the best naps of his life after.
Earlier in the week we had this for dinner and it was totally worth the three pans to cook it and the giant mess it left behind. As a side note, I am a big Annie fan.
This week it is back to CBS and our regular routine.
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Thursday, January 13, 2011
Monday's weather sent us running from Publix to the car and kept us inside for the rest of the Day. Tuesday it was back to CBS and some much needed Ryland time. It had been way to long since the boys destroyed anything (together) and they enjoyed every minute of their reunion. Wednesday we made a quick trip (sarcasm emphasized on the word, "quick") to the Post Office. A lemonade stand would do well at the P.O. Even horrible lemonade at that. With a given 30 minutes to spend, refreshments are definitely in order. Thursday we were back to CBS and the pediatrician with another ear infection.
Monday, January 3, 2011
We did a little Christmas shopping for ourselves and came home with a blueray player. Talk about a-m-a-z-i-n-g. Directv is a long lost friend for sure. We have been busy with Netflixs and watching the Frey in concert. We just finished watching Food Inc. When you get past the propaganda and labeling, the basic idea/ information is definitely worth watching it for. The Beautiful Truth was also worth the time.
Robert has been busier than ever with all the new toys:
Going through pictures I remembered Christmas morning breakfast-to say it was good is an understatement. We had Sister Schuberts Rolls (below). Sister no doubt can bake.
We start back with are regular routine this week and it feels very different after such a great break and lots of family time.
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