Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Bathtime and other favorites

One of my very favorite times with Max is his bedtime routine. We start with a warm bubbly bath, which usually has mommy wanting to take one too; brush our teeth-a work in progress; pick out jammies- elmo's world, dinosaurs, or motorcycles; and-of course-read books. His favorites now are "Polar Bear, Polar Bear What do you Hear?" by Eric Carle and "Roll Over, Roll Over" by Penny Dale. Max is talking more and more every day. Sometimes, he won't stop talking! We are amazed by how seemingly overnight Max began repeating anything we said and talking in 2-3 word sentences. "Okay, c'mon", "I do it", "All Done", "Seepy pie", "Night Night Daddy"," Oh, Goodness". I am a proud momma. :)
Max actually says "cheese" now and then says "So Cute!"
The "mohawk" has now become the "wave" as Max's hair keeps growing.

Max and big brother Ed-Wow, can you tell they're brothers!?

My Mommy does my hair

All Clean

Max's First Snow

HI! A favorite of mine-not sure when.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Happy Halloween!

Me and Kelsey behind the front desk.

Kristi,me, Miranda at work

"All Done"

This Halloween was Max's first Halloween to "trick or treat". I found a sock monkey costume that was perfect for him. We first stopped at Kid's First to say trick or treat to his teachers and some of his friends. They thought he looked so cute. We then drove to one of our friend's house to "trick or treat" Max had his very own bag for all his candy-which quickly became momma and daddy's candy. We headed home after that. Just enough for Max to get a taste and most importantly so we could get some pictures! Earlier in the day I worked but we all had fun by dressing up and bringing treats to work. Sorry, everything is not in very good order. I am still in about 1st grade when it comes to blogging. :)

My sweet little sock monkey

Momma "Dorothy and my little sock monkey

Say trick or treat!

Max thought we should take his red car.

Getting ready to go. Daddy helped me get into my costume.

Some of the HDAK work crew