Tuesday April 27, 2010
One day a week I stay in so that we can have a day at home just the two of us and so that we can clean and keep up around the house. Aaron really wanted to go somewhere this day. He has my keys in his hand is this picture. After this, he grabbed his shoes and, when I wouldn't put them on him, he tried to put them on himself! Too cute. So we spent some outside time at the apartment, but we didn't go anywhere. Wednesday. April 28, 2010
This was the day that we went to the Dallas Arboretum with Laura and her play group. Look at all of those babies! It was so fun. And here's a funny story: Aaron got a table for Christmas from Grandad and Mimi that plays music. He loves it! Still. When he first got it, he would stand up and lean on it and play the different songs. Then he would lean over real far into the table and start bouncing his knees. After a while, we figured out he was dancing! It's pretty funny. Now if you ask him to dance he runs to the table, plays the music and does his bounce. He has never 'danced' without the table. WELL, as soon as we got to our picnic spot at the Arboretum on Wednesday, Aaron started doing his bouncing thing. I honestly had to explain that he was dancing. Without music. He now does it all the time. Actually, he is doing it as I type this. He is SO proud of it and it's just too cute.
Thursday April 29, 2010
This was a FUN day! We went to Grandad's job site. Aaron had his own hard hat and it says 'Aaron Robert Allen, Grand Inspector'. Oh, it's so cute! I have a LOT of pictures from this day that I will post this week. Aaron had a blast. Grandad said we could come back any time and I hope he meant it.
And, finally, this is Aaron's proud face (and his milk moustache). Aaron had just drank an entire cup of milk on his own. We don't have problems with regular cups, but he is always very supervised. This time, the cup was just on his high chair all through lunch. He could pick it up when he wanted it, drink it and put it down all by himself. No interference from me. When he got done he was SO proud! I wish you could have seen him. He tried to follow that up by eating his applesauce unsupervised, but he's not quite ready for that. Not because of the mess, messes really don't bother me, but he just can't get quite enough to his mouth without a little help. We are working on it, though.