Sunday, January 30, 2011

Progression or Regression

This video is from the 18th so it should have been in the last post but I forgot about it (you're shocked right?) Regardless, here it is.

Grandma and Grandpa Davenport tricked Mom, Dad and me into going to dinner at Jack Stack on the 20th.
Once again I expressed my new, extreme displeasure with high chairs. I spent a little time in one but it was all hands on deck to entertain me. My favorite part? CHEETOS ASTEROIDS! Not technically on the JS menu but M&D broke them out hoping that if I crammed enough in my mouth, that I wouldn't cry. Good luck with that M&D.

Grandma Herbert was still in California with my competition cousins so we decided to keep Grandpa Herbert company with a breakfast at First Watch Shoppes at Corporate Woods. Once again, I was NOT interested in sitting in a high chair so spent most of breakfast on Mom's lap but eventually settled into a chair next to her.

After my nap that afternoon, Mom and I met Dad, Aunt Darcy, Uncle Dave, G&G D at Barley's where they were watching the KU game. And had KSU won earlier that day or somehow beat KU yesterday (1/29) I'd be cracking jokes about how KU's 69 game winning streak finally ended. But KSU will be lucky to make the NIT at this point so I'll just move on.

Hmm, well I for one am SHOCKED that my hat doesn't fit UD.

Hello Cheetos Asteroids! Apparently I wasn't in a good enough mood to finish my CAs at JS the night before and Mom broke 'em out for me to snack on again. Sweet. This is why you check out the blog right? For pictures... of my snacks? Perfect.

To help keep me entertained, GmaD got out a pen and some paper and I challenged UD to a game of tic-tac-toe... and he walked right into my trap. HA!

I offered to share my CAs with AD but mostly because I knew she'd decline. Frankly I'm surprised she got as close as she did.

No idea what was going on here but it's kind of a funny of me so I slapped in.

Near the end of afternoon, AD ordered some sort of special apple cobbler thing and it was awesome. She had more trouble keeping people away from it that I did my Asteroids. YUM!

Oh great, UD stretched my hat out. Wonderful. Still, pretty awesome day!

While Dad was sleeping the day away on Sunday, Mom and I made some breakfast casserole. As I've mentioned, I've been really interested in the goings on around the kitchen (a word I can say) and I found making breakfast casserole fascinating. Seriously, I even watched it bake. Also, breakfast casserole is DELICIOUS!

Everyone knows your lenses are supposed to match your shirt. Hmm, at least one of us got it right.

Every once in awhile I'll get the urge to hug one of my sisters. It usually culminates with me chasing them around until they take cover by Mom or Dad... who kind of hold them still until I catch up. I WIN!

While we were cooking, Mom got to wear an apprin aprin apren appren aprren aperin aperen apron (COME ON - I HAD TO LOOK UP APRON - UGH!) and I was jealous so that night, she hooked me up by adjusting it so it fit me. It was awesome.
Hmm, I smell a birthday present in the works...

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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