Saturday, January 23, 2010


This weekend has already been full of friends...and we still have one day remaining!
Mommy and Auntie's friend Vanessa spent most of the day with us on Friday. We got to eat lunch at Chick-Fil-A, which is a personal favorite of mine. Chick-Fil-A employees always go out of their way to make sure mommies and kiddos are having a good time at their restaurants. They hold doors open, carry high chairs, and retrieve fun balloons for us!

After we ate lunch, I got to crawl in the playscape for a few minutes. Then we were off to Party City (again) to buy a few more baby shower and birthday party items, stopped by Hobby Lobby for some wreath-making supplies, and hopped on over to Mardel so Auntie could buy a new Bible.

Today Mommy, Auntie, and I went to lunch with Auntie's old friend, Stacia, and her baby boy, Carson. Carson is five months old and he is a super cutie! He is also one of the most chill babies I have ever met...definitely way more chill than yours truly.
Once I finished my lunch, Mommy kept me entertained with a few Puffs, the contents of my diaper bag's outer pockets, and McAllister's straws.

We capped off the day by picking up my cousin Julie and bringing her home with us to spend the night! This is the first slumber party I've ever hosted...if sleeping in separate rooms can count as a slumber party, that is.

Julie and I had fun playing in my bedroom tonight. I don't think she was too impressed with my toys, though. Good thing her Mommy packed plenty of Barbies, mermaids, and horses!

Julie also read a story to me right before bathtime. She did a great job of teaching me some new animal names and sounds.

Tomorrow Julie is going to go with us to church. I can't wait to introduce her to all of my Lighthouse friends!


Jessica Miller Kelley said...

This is totally random, but it's funny you mentioned Hobby Lobby and Mardel's. I work in Christian publishing, and learned this week that Hobby Lobby and Mardel's are part of the same company, and they are "often near each other." I thought that was odd because I am familiar with Hobby Lobby, but we have no Mardel'ses in our area. As I said, random.

Mary said...

Funny... 2 things I use to entertain Judah are puffs and straws!!