So, before I enter this exciting new stage of life, I wanted to recap the last few weeks of my childhood.
I got new shoes. These are my first hard sole shoes. They aren't specifically designed to be bowling shoes, but I'm pretty sure they'll work, and I'm fired up about saving that $2.50 rental down at the lanes.
I older I get the cuter I am. Just the opposite of Wagen.
Here's a side view of my new haircut. Sweet!
You'll rarely find me without a hat these days. I love'em! Some days I require Mom to wear one as well. I don't want her to miss out on the fun. And look closely, I've got my hands full. So many cars and trains, so little time between meals, diaper changes, naps....
The weather has been awesome lately. Lots of time to play outside and get some Vitamin D. Laps across the drive way give me a good cardio workout, too.
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Neutral Rug (6x9ish), red upholstered chair, leather sofa, corning ware, a pie dish, a mixing bowl, 4 wine glasses, color printer, 7 candle holder, and 32" TV.
Dad and Mom said today is the day that we clothes on the house. I guess it makes sense since it is so cold outside. But, where do we get clothes for a house? The extra big and tall store? And if we’re gunna put clothes on a house, why are we putting clothes on this one instead of our own? I’m confused, but Dad and Mom seem to know what we are doing, so I’m not asking questions...yet.
On Monday, we went to the Austin Children's Museum. On Monday mornings they open the museum for children 3 and under. I appreciated not getting run over by bigger and faster kids. We carpooled to the museum with Mom's friend Tamber and my friend Bethany. Bethany was chatty in the car. I kept quiet, smiling and nodding, because I know girls are usually looking for someone to listen. Yes, Bethany is the prettiest girl's name I've ever heard. Yes, your hair looks great up. Yes, you should make pink your signature color - it totally brings out your eyes. Whew!
There was a lot to explore at the museum, but I focused my time on 4 areas: trains, construction, balls, and fish. I had a lot of fun. Maybe we'll get to go back sometime. I bet Dad would like it, too.