Happy October everyone!
Look at this little ham. Seriously, turn on the camera, and he starts posing. Funny guy.
My parents were awesome and let us sleep at their house the week prior to our move. As much fun as boxes are, it was great to have the boys away from the temptation of undoing all my work! So Halloween was a big party for us, a reason to take a little break from the packing and have fun together.
Wesley making some yummy dipped marshmallows with Grandma.
Freddie decided to use the stuffed animal basket like a doggie bed. He's kind of a puppy so it works, haha!
Laundry baskets are somehow the best toy. They become so many things!
Love this picture of him reading in my old doll cradle.
I'm so glad they like books!
Helping papa on the computer!
Grandma has the magic touch!
He found a fun little clubhouse under the table!
I love those dimples!
Annual trip to find horse chestnuts.
Reaching the high ones!
One of the local nurseries had a kids activity where they were given bulbs to plant.
We made bald eagle cookies :o)
We made time to go to a pumpkin patch. The wheelbarrow rides are always a hit.
Looking for that perfect one.
I'm pretty sure this was the aftermath of him tripping for the nth time over the pumpkin vines. He's not our careful one!
Our cute littlest pumpkin
Love that smile. He brings so much joy wherever he goes.
Happy six months to Timothy! It has gone by so fast. He got his first taste of rice cereal. Yum! He was a big fan.
The boys blowing out the candle for Timothy. No, Timothy did not get a cupcake. Yes, the rest of us did. Hey, any excuse for a cupcake!
My mom fulfilled Wesley's greatest wish, and made him his very own captain America costume. Freddie got one too. They turned out amazing! She is ridiculously talented.
Hanging out on the tablets. Even superheroes need a break.
Ready for Action!
More than a handful. I've got an armful!
Our church had a Halloween party and trunk or treat the night before Halloween. It was a lot of fun!
Our kitchen full of boxes. This was just the beginning.
Tough being so cute.
Halloween night we just went around my parent's neighborhood to trick or treat. This was the first year that Wesley was not too shy to say the words, and the Freddie had the vocabulary to really do it himself. Obviously they had a blast! Free candy, dressed up like Captain America. Kid Heaven.
In spite of some constipation issues from the rice cereal, he still managed to have a happy night!
Before I left, I had the girls over for one last hurrah. We did a favorite things party, and it was really fun. I made everything for a "high tea." Cucumber sandwiches, crumpets, cheese and crackers, fruit, and a hot chocolate bar.
Brothers hanging out!
And last but not least, I can't get over this kid's morning hair. Totally fits.