Monday, June 21, 2010

Justice of the Peas

Man, at the time of the last post, I had just one more to do and I was all caught up. SO CLOSE!

On Saturday the 12th, Mom, Dad & I met the Fairs for breakfast at First Watch (Corinth Square.) Bubba and Mary Anne had twins a few weeks after I was born and for some reason, this is the first time I'm meeting them. Where's the fable M&D? Meet them for yourself over at the Fair Twins blog.

You regular readers know that I'm an old pro when it comes to navigating FW, even the one at CS but getting to eat with peeps from my generation is a super rare occurance occurance occurrance occurrence and I drank it all in - so did they!

One awesome part about hanging out with kids my own age is getting to see all of their cool toys. For instance, how cool are these place mats? They just suction on to the table and they have this food catcher area for those rare instances when I get messy. Also, it looks like they taste pretty awesome!

Here's Margot with her Mom. What's that? A GIRL my age? YEA!


And here's David with his Dad. I don't know if this comes across as well in the pic but David looks EXACTLY like his Dad (but smaller, duh)

Also, David clearly has excellent taste in vegetable humor. Take a look at his shirt. Computer, zoom in and enhance. Computer? DOH! Anyway, it reads PEAS ON EARTH. HA!

After FWCS, we headed home to do some playing. While I was playing I came across Mom's favorite headband. I was pretty excited because Mom doesn't usually leave this within my reach (unless she's trying to make me wear it - NOT COOL MOM!)

I was so excited that I decided to take her ONE headband and turn it into TWO headbands. Two is better than one right?


After my nap, we went to the Sprint store so Mom & Dad could get new phones. While Dad was doing paperwork with the sales guy, Mom was trying to get me to walk.


I wasn't quite ready for bed after my bath so M&D let me come back down and play. Though I suspect they were just trying to get me to practice walking. In due time M&D, in due time.


Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,
Avery

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