Not too much going on around here. Trying to survive this extreme heat, watching the Olympics (we are obsessed...Sawyer is especially obsessed with the swimming, to the point where we finally had to just record it and keep playing it over and over), starting to
obsess about plan Graham's first birthday party. A little of this, a little of that. Here are some pics from the last week or so...
We ate dinner at Chick-fil-A last Friday night and let Saw play on the playground. When it was time to leave I promised him we would go home and play on our play set if he didn't pitch a fit. It worked and it was worth sitting out in the heat sweating than to have to carry him out kicking and screaming. A little bribery never hurt, right?!
Getting so big...climbing up the ladder by himself.
Love this squishy face.
We've been spending a lot of time inside. I found these cute little crafts at the dollar store and they keep him busy for about 2 minutes.
For anyone considering buying my boys a toy anytime soon, please don't. As you can see below, we have plenty.
Lots of napping went on this weekend.
Right now the boys are on totally different naps schedules. Graham is waking up from his morning nap as Sawyer is going down. And then Graham goes back down as Sawyer is waking up. So, as the above 2 were napping I was chasing little brother around.
Loves the air vents. But who can blame him.
I tried for a picture after church on Sunday. This is the best I got. My friend Whit made the boys these outfits. She is so talented and they are adorable.
Graham got an early birthday present from my Momo and Aunt Jane. Some adorable clothes from Baby Gap. Seriously, so cute. They always pick out the cutest stuff.
My grandparents are so sweet -- they send diaper money often to help us out. My pop did the same for my sister when her girls were in diapers and now is doing it for us. And they also sent a little extra money to buy the boys some fruit. So, we enjoyed a delicious watermelon on them. Thanks Momo and Pop!
So grateful for these uneventful days....