|Scott with Alexander and cousin Brayden at the NMOP |
(it's what the cool kids dub the National Museum of Play)
|"Hey Greg, we'd like some stairs put in before winter. Can you help us with that?"|
|"Sure thing. Here you go!"|
*Scott's step-dad, Greg, has never built stairs before and these bad boys were in and ready to go in just a few hours on a Sunday afternoon. We are so blessed by talent and generosity on ALL sides of our family!
|I freaked out when Alexander came out of his bedroom about a half an hour after putting him to bed. These spots were ALL over him. Don't worry - he is disease free. It was simply the work of a bathtub marker...|
|This isn't the best representation of it, but I wanted to make a point to say that Eliza thinks there is nothing better than her big brother. I can't wait to see the relationship they'll develop!|
|Story time with Papa |
(reading King Arthur's Very Great Grandson - it's a cute one!)
|At Matt & Anna's house - first time in a (whatever you call these things). Her feet didn't quite make it to the platform which might explain the lack of enthusiasm?|
|Alexander pretending he has a backache, just like Papa. (Don't worry, the heating pad isn't plugged in!)|
|Have you ever seen a cooler kid? Ha ha ha ha ha!!! This'll probably go in his high school yearbook someday.|
|At the Sciencenter in Ithaca. He really loved this skateboarding skeleton. |
He pushed the button over and over and over to make him go!
|Family band. |
|Not many exhibits for a then 5 month old to check out...sorry, Eliza!|
|about to conquer the world!|
|Obligatory baby-with-food-on-their-face picture!|
|Obligatory take-a-picture-of-your-other-child-eating-because-you-took-one-of-the-baby picture!|
|Helping me take the meat off of a rotisserie chicken. He dug right in - it was awesome. |
This kid is going to be a wonder in the kitchen, I just know it!
|Aunt Lexi - this is the t-shirt we made at Brayden's birthday party. He gives it a thumbs up!|