Wednesday, February 24, 2010
It was just temporary and washed out when he showered the next morning. I wanted to get a front view, but my camera battery died as I took this picture.
Monday, February 15, 2010
This kids had homemade pizza, while Doug and I ate Steak. Yummmmm..... The candlelight part was Lexi's idea and somewhat last minute. But we lit some candles, turned off the lights, and played soft restaurant music. Everybody was happy.
I hope all of you had a great Valentines Day too!
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Since this is such a big tradition here they always get a fabulous turnout. They had more than 500 people come to dance it up on the dance floor. They had several different Jazz bands perform. This included 3 of Doug's Jazz Bands, "Kream of the Krop" (a local Jazz Band), and 3 of the middle schools had their Jazz band perform. They also had a professional sound DJ. What a wonderful event to hold near Valentines Day. Here is one of Doug's Jazz Bands that performed....Jazz 1:
I am looking forward to attending this event with Doug in the future. I didn't attend this year because of me being so pregnant, not having a dress, and not getting a babysitter. Maybe in a few years....
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
Me: Mason, Do you want to go with me to the Doctors? Mommy has an appointment today.
Mason: Are they going to fix you?
Me: They are going to take some of my blood to make sure the baby is okay.
Mason: From your hair?
Me: No....they will take the blood from my arm.
Mason: Oh, yeah...right.
On the way to the Doctors office...
Mason (as we are pulling out of the driveway): Where is the doctors?
Me: It's about 10 minutes away.
Mason: Is that his house?
Mason: Is that his house?
Me: No, that's not his office.
Mason: Is that his office?
Me: (We are barely pulling out of the neighborhood now) No.
Mason: Is it back behind us?
Me: No (growing a little impatient now)
Mason: Is it up ahead of us?
Me: Yes...we'll be there in just a bit.
At the Doctors office...
Mason: (Standing at the check in desk) Are we done yet?
Me: No, we just got here. It will be a little while.
Mason: (As a man walks by) Mom, who's that guy?
Me: Just a guy.
Mason: (As a woman walks by) Mom, who's that guy?
Me: That's just a woman
Mason: (As a woman with a cane walks by) Mom, what's that?
Me: That's a walking stick called a cane.
Okay....so the questions are endless, and sometimes it does get a little tiring answering all of his little questions. But since he's 2 and so inquisitive I know he is just learning so much and trying to take everything in. Such a fun stage.