Please, Grady wear that hat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And what about the golf clubs???
Quick, get a picture while I've got a hold of him!
Once we started walking, both of our mood's improved! (Perhaps it was the candy?)
Come on, Daddy, let's GO!
He really did have so much fun trick-or-treating and I did too. He is at the age where he understands what is going on and what to say. He loved going from house to house saying "trick or treat" and he REALLY loved getting "pops" (lollipops).
The Monday before Halloween, my friend Tenisha and I took Grady and her daughter, Chloe to the far to see Dora and Diego. Chloe and Grady are only 6 weeks apart. We waited for 2 hours to see Dora and Diego and only got a quick picture, but Grady LOVED touching them. He walked right up all by himself for the picture!
Since the weather has turned colder (for a little while anyway), I wanted to make smores outside in our fire pit. We bundled Grady up and I thought he would love it, but he was actually scared of the fire. When we went to see Dora, there was an exposed lightbulb underneath a bench and he touched it. He burned himself and got a blister, so now anytime he sees a light (or a fire apparently), he says BURN, Dora!!!! So the fire reminded him of getting burned at Dora... it's so funny what kids remember!
Not so sure about the fire...
Helping Daddy roast the marshmallow...
And this is random, but funny to me... today, he wanted to go out the front door, but we had it locked. He went and got his chair and tried to unlock it, but it didn't quite work....
so he switches to his foot stool....
and when that didn't work, he went and got his stool from his easel!
Quite persistant he is! He definitely keeps us busy!
This week, Mikey and I both have Veteran's Day off, so we are taking Grady to see the Blue Angels Homecoming Show. We went last year also and we always have a great time!