We had a fun, sweet family day Saturday. We had pictures taken on Main Street and it was a gorgeous day so we walked around down town for a while and then ate at Main Street Bread.
Then we changed into our Aggie Gear and headed to the Gaylord for a game watching party. It was so much fun! And Aaron loved the Gaylord. He could watch the train for hours!
We had dinner with two families from Sunday School. The host has two smokers and he made Turkey and Pork Shoulder that would blow your mind. Abby devoured it. And then she devoured Aaron's. I'll give him credit for trying both meats, though.
Aaron loved playing with Thomas and Jack's cool toys.
Happy 20 Months to our Spit Fire! You are so sweet and we love you so much. You are just SO precious. You are also full of personality and will and fire. We love every inch of you!
You wear size 24 month clothes, size 4 diapers and size 7 shoes. You are TALL. You are a big eater and a great sleeper. You LOVE your brother and he loves you. You LOVE, LOVE books. You LOVE to be outside. You have taken to backhoes and construction equipment - you come by it naturally.
When I listed the words Abby has the other day, I completely forgot 'yes'. Which is funny because it was her first word and she uses it the most. She says it real short 'yeah.' with a sharp nod of her head and everyone thinks it is so funny. I should video it.
So she says uh oh, oh and whoa exactly like they sound (with lots of added inflection depending on the situation). And she says yes (yeah), bug (ba), duck (da) and out (uh)
Vegetable lasagna (second helping) at Souper Salad
The cutest little purple outfit with a cat on the front that I couldn't get a good picture of. But she showed everyone her 'dat'.
Driving the backhoe. Abby LOVES construction equipment. Seriously.
And I want to keep track of her words like I did with Aaron. She added 'duck' this week. Which is really 'da' or something like it, but I count it if she consistently points at a picture of something and says the same sound to indicate it. Plus 'ck' is hard.
So the words she says consistently, with meaning, unprompted are: uh oh, whoa, oh, bug, duck, out