Monday, October 19, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
This is a picture of Tyson's extremely unorganized room. We have been piling books on the floor because he doesn't have a shelf in there. It is definitely time that he had some place to keep toys and books in his room! When Grandmommy visited a couple of weeks ago she observed the chaos and offered to buy a shelving unit! We promptly went out and found exactly what we needed and Robin put it together right away.
FINISHED PRODUCT! YAY! Beautiful shelf from IKEA, with perfect storage for books (intentionally out of Ty's reach for now!) and baskets for toys. His room is now clean, organized, and best of all, everything is off the floor so he can actually crawl around in there without hurting himself ;-) Thank you Grandmommy!!!
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Family outing to the park next to our house!
Ty hamin' it up with Grandmommy in the swing.
The face of PURE JOY. Mmmm...reminds me why the Lord said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them." What a tiny little picture of how much our Father loves us.
Grandmommy singing to a tired Mr. Tyson on the swing.
Little daddy time at the park. Love my two handsome men.
Tyson falling asleep on Kathleen before his nap. Sundays are a little rough because he misses his whole morning nap due to church. He barely made it to his afternoon nap, but loved laying on Grandmommy before she had to leave to catch her flight back to Denver.
So right AFTER Kathleen left, we put Ty's Baby Legs on him for the first time - HA! So funny. Here he is looking like he's going to try to go from crawling to a sitting position...not quite sure how to do that yet.
Oh, but WAIT! HE JUST DID! He learned how to go from crawling to sitting for the first time, and then tried to do some pull-ups on the swing. Good job Ty Ty!!!!! Kathleen thought he was getting close, and she was right! She missed the event by a few hours, but saw it coming...
Me and my baby-love. I am blessed - he is amazing. I love being with him every day and the many hours of life spent playing on the floor and getting to know this little boy. Thanks for visiting, Grandmommy! See you in a couple of months!