I have decided to stop Blogging for a while, but I still want to keep track of your daily life. So I will continue to privately save pictures and details so that we will have them for you. I love spending every day with you and I am so proud to be your mom.
Tuesday November 16, 2010
This was a hard day. You are usually so easy, but you did not take a nap on Monday and you were overtired on Tuesday. Everything was a struggle, but we had things we needed to do so we soldiered through. We met Daddy for lunch at Luby's in Dallas. He was leaving town for the night and he hates to leave you, so we always try to see him right before he gets on an airplane. You were a good eater at lunch and so enjoyed spending time with Daddy.
Today you were still tired, but it was getting better. We went to BSF at the church in the morning and they said you were sweet. When we got home you played outside for a while before your lunch and nap. You were playing with some pots and soil and you were so proud of what you were doing!
This was a good day! You finally got caught up on your sleep. You took a three hour nap and were back on schedule. We ran several errands and met Ann for lunch. You were so much fun at lunch. You were also a big eater. We went to Souper Salad and you ate an entire baked sweet potato before making a dent in this plate. We love how healthy you eat.
For dessert you had fruit and cottage cheese with milk to drink and you ate with a big fork. You are getting pretty good at that and you really enjoy it.
I didn't take any pictures on Friday. We stayed around the house. I did some packing for our Thanksgiving trip to Ohio, but we just kept it low key. We want to be well-rested when we get on the plane Monday.
On Saturday morning you were being silly in your high chair and I got some fun pictures.
We spent Saturday around the house, too. We just enjoyed each other and had a relaxing day. I had packed most of your clothes, so when you peed on your pants I changed you into these Christmas Pajamas and you wore them around the house all afternoon. You thought they were so funny and you kept pointing to the pictures on them. We thought you looked so cute!
We love you, Aaron Allen!
In the morning you put your winter vest over your PJs, but you put it on backwards and just laughed! Right now you are taking a run with Daddy.
Tomorrow we head to Ohio for the holidays. We are excited and we hope you enjoy yourself. We also pray that you are easy during the airplane ride. We will be holding you in our laps. You are a pretty squirmy 20-month-old, so we'll leave it God to keep you calm and relaxed.
We love you, Aaron Allen!