Hi! So, we all went to Roy for the weekend! Iain and I left the kids in Nana's care (Grandpa was out at a photography expedition with Uncle David) while we went up to Seattle for a couple of days.
Grandpa and Bradley spent some time in the front yard, enjoying a pleasant Western Washington afternoon. Bradley loves to be outside, where he can watch the birds fly by and the leaves flutter in the trees. Grandpa took some great pictures of him hanging out on the blanket.
Nana and Grandpa left a little suprise for Emily in their front yard! They trimmed the lower branches on what we call my "Christmas Tree" (because it was little when we moved into the house, and I always thought it looked just like a little Christmas Tree) and hung a swing for her! It didn't take her long at all to find it, and then it was a job just getting her away from it when it was time to go inside! Thanks Nana and Grandpa! You made a happy Emily!
All in all, a good weekend for us. Emily and Bradley got some grandparent time. Iain and I got some us time. We had an early anniversary dinner! I got to visit my old craft stores!
Already looking forward to our next weekend away!
Hope that all is well with you! And thanks for checking in! :o)
So Bradley is almost 6 months old! (Just 9 more days!) and the formula bottle with a dash of rice cereal just doesn't seem to be cutting it anymore! The little guy is still hungry! So, I mixed up some cereal with a dash of formula to see how he would do with some solid(ish) food... well, as you can tell, he's not liking it too much! He just didn't seem to know what to do with it! He's just a little guy, right?! So, we'll keep trying, a little at a time and see if he warms up to it a bit!
In other news Bradley held his teether at the dinner table last night. He held on to it and if he let go, he would find it (as long as it didn't go too far) and grab it again! And, if you remember the last picture of Bradley at the dinner table, he could barely see over the tabletop! Now he's about ready for some steak and potatoes! Well, maybe we'll start with some peas and sweet potatoes! Just look at that smile! :o)
And, again, a shout-out to all of our soldiers! Another flag waving day is quickly approaching! Happy Birthday, America! Everyone, enjoy the fireworks, but be safe! Happy 4th of July to all!