Saturday, July 16, 2011

The Not so Kids Festival and Randoms

Today we were invited by Julianne (sister-in-law) to a kids festival in Salt Lake City. We got there and couldn't get a hold of her on her phone. She finally called us as we were leaving and we found out we weren't at the kids festival but at the farmer's market! Oh well, Caleb still had fun and we met Scott and Julie for lunch at a taco stand. Caleb did get a cat balloon and we shared some raspberries.
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Because of the mix up Julie grabbed a few things at the festival before she left. Those things were from the Home Depot stand. She got an apron, boat kit and helicopter kit. Caleb and I made the boat today (he helped me hammer in the nails). Then he brought the boat into the bath with him. He loved it, thanks Julie!

Brynn is a good girl. She eats well, sleeps well and has not been sick yet. She smiles a lot and will giggle if you really get her going. She loves being held while walking around or put under a ceiling fan while it is on. Sometimes she enjoys the swing too:
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Caleb has this new thing when he is driving the toy car he likes to wear these funky glasses. He almost looks like he is trying to be cool with them. He pulls it off well I'd say.
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Other Randoms:
Caleb has a few favorite phrases:
"What that is?"
"I don't know." - He uses this in the correct context too.
"Love woo." - He always says this when Daddy is leaving for work and other times.

Caleb Stories:
-We were in the basement and Grandma started talking to Caleb through the vent. Caleb got a kick out of it. When we went to a different room he looks up at the vent in there and said, "Work?" He was asking why he didn't hear Grandma's voice through that one too.
-When he brought home the balloon cat from today we told him to show the kitty his balloon and he showed it to her with much intent.
-Caleb was going on an outing with Grandma. He goes up to Brynn who is lying on the floor, looks down at her and says, "Bye Brynn. Store." I loved that he recognized her and told her where he was going.

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