Sunday, October 25, 2009
Peyton and I took the girls to the fair Saturday afternoon. The girls are fearless. They were so upset that they couldn't ride the BIG rides, but they rode the smaller ones several times. We met Grandmother and Granddaddy Tingle, Aunt Jenn, Mary and Tyrus. It was colder than I expected, but not uncomfortable. I think walking for that many hours was a little bit too much for me and Amelia. We are lying in bed this morning updating the blog. Tired, but really glad we got to go enjoy the fair. Mary was so cute. She really wanted to ride everything too!!
Posted by Bobbie T at 08:41
We took the girls to the Fayetteville Pumpkin Festival on Saturday. The kids are encouraged to wear their costumes and to trick or treat throughout downtown Fayetteville and among the booths that are setup at the government center. The girls went on a hayride and rode the train. They played in Gym South's bouncy house. The costumes came off after only a few minutes....to restrictive. We went shopping for Destiny's costume after we left the pumkin patch.
Posted by Bobbie T at 08:32
Mary loved her presents, but the balloons were her favorite. She's taking a few steps now and is very close to walking on her own. I don't know that I've ever met a happier child. She laughs all the time. You can see how much she loves her big brother.
Posted by Bobbie T at 08:24
Saturday, October 17, 2009
We started out Peyt's 44th birthday weekend with our 20 week ultrasound. Amelia looks great. The tech pointed out that her legs are really long. She had her legs up over her head and was looking through her knees at one point. It was really funny. She was putting on a show for us. We bought Daddy a new computer for his birthday. The old one finally died. He's been working on it for a week, but I was determined to wait until the weekend to surprise him with a new one. I took Monday off of work so we could have a three day weekend together. We're hoping to take the kids to the Fayette County Fair today. It's so cold and rainy out and the girls have been sick all week, so we'll have to see how they are feeling this afternoon.
Posted by Bobbie T at 09:53