Saturday morning, Judah woke up at 3:30am belly laughing. After an hour of listening to him crack up, I snuck in and scooped Jacob out of their room and nestled him in our bed. The three of us, Josh, me and Jacob snuggled in and slept while Judah continued his late-night comedy act. The kid is hilarious…even if he’s his own audience. I’m not sure when he fell back to sleep, but he carried that happy-go-lucky attitude throughout the day. I think having a good ol’ fashioned family day (including grandparents) made his day.
I loved yesterday. The sun slowly came up and peeked out from behind the fog and coffee brewed while Josh made pancakes. The added bonus of having my mom bustling around the kitchen, fill requests like “Can you find my red race car G-Ma?” made it all the better. And somehow we got a free second to sit and drink coffee at the breakfast table before the boys requested more attention.
The boys were thrilled to wake up from their nap to G-Pa sitting on the couch. The groggy smiles and volunteered hugs proved it.
We spent the afternoon driving around town and making a quick stop at Treasure Island to explore.
Two peas in a pod.Jacob spent the better part of our excursion managing that push pop. It was serious business. Josh and I felt like we were on a date because my parents took over stroller duty while we walked ahead munching on Cheetos and taking photos.
Oh those kisses and hugs!Glasses are a big hit around here lately; Especially since G-Ma wears them. Little Nerdy Gingers.We had such a good weekend. I loved getting to show my parents around our new area and I’m glad my mom is staying with us the rest of this week. There’s something special about having family around that makes little pleasures like Sunday pancakes and walks around the neighborhood that much better, don’t you think?