Sunday, July 25, 2010

Smorgasbord


I don't know what was going on when this picture was taken but I thought I'd share something I found a bit odd. This outfit is a jumpsuit of sorts or perhaps romper if you will - the shirt and shorts are attached in other words. I think it's pretty cute and it's totally comfy but there aren't any snaps or anything so the only way to get into it is to step in and pull it all the way up. That's all fine and good but it also means that for any diaper changings, I have to get stripped all the way down. Total design flaw!

Grandma & Grandpa Davenport went out of town for what felt like about nine months and when they came home, they brought Great Grandma Davenport with them. YEA! To celebrate their return we went to dinner at Jack Stack. Surprised?


And of course, dinner was delicious. I had cole slaw, turkey, mashed potatoes, potato bake, yum! I feel bad for the poor kid that had this high chair after me!


After dinner Dad finally let GmaD pick me (back) up so we could play. I'm not normally one to lounge with my feet on the table but I was tricky enough to get my shoe off during dinner and G&G D were just helping me put it back on.


Much to Aunt Darty's dismay, GpaD gave me another dollar for my piggy bank.


While we were sitting there I did a little day dreaming about what I could buy. Great Uncle John offered to invest it for me but GpaD assured me that my piggy bank was the safest investment.



When we were finally ready to adjourn it was time for me to put on a show. G&G D missed a LOT of walking while they were gone and they wanted to see how far I've come.


When we got home Mom went back to work on revamping the kitchen bathroom and I kept myself entertained turning my Stand & Groove into a Push Around the Kitchen & Groove.


All four of these pics were taken within about 90 seconds of one another - that kitchen carpet really helps that stand move!


As I started to wind down for the night, I did some snuggling with Dad who thought it would be funny to give me "sock arms." It is surprisingly hard to take off one sock arm when you have two sock arms. I'm just sayin'.

Just before bed I decided to play myself a little lull-a-bye. Bye!


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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