Wow, so much has happened since the last time I blogged. We had Morgan's birthday, Henry met Uncle Jack and Aunt Stacy and cousins for the first time, and Morgan took me out on a super special secret surprise for our anniversary (It's not until the 26th but that's when Morgan graduates so we wanted to do it a different day).
First, Morgan's birthday- it was so much fun! We had eggs, sausage, and hash browns for breakfast. mmmmm
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Guess what!?! It's actually warm outside and it has been for a couple days! Yay! Seriously... I feel like Henry has been cooped up all winter and we can finally take him out without having to put a billion layers on. It's so fun to see people outside planting, reading, walking, and all that. Henry and I actually met Morgan for a picnic in Harvard Yard on Friday. This kind of weather/life is what made me come to Boston. I love the grassy areas in the middle of old brick buildings. I love the cool breeze that cools you down from the warm sun (As opposed to the hot breezes you get in Arizona). I love laid back feeling of people sitting under trees reading and studying. I love the flowers in bloom and the smell of fresh air. I love it ALL!!!! But I'm hoping to get a similar experience at Stanford- maybe better because it will only be 2 months of semi-cold weather instead of 6 long dreary dreadful ones.
I needed to take a big grocery trip last week and I had Henry with me so I took the car instead of walking. Therefore, for the first time since Henry was born I was able to put him in a grocery cart and push him around (my sister Carlee made the baby cover and it totally ROCKS!)
***Note#2: Don't judge the messy bed.
I know that was a lot of pictures with Henry. I'm one of those crazy mom's that thinks that their kid is the center of the universe. Not really, but kind of...just sometimes. Comes and goes ya know? I'm still working through school and finding a little time to pack here and there. Morgan's birthday is this week... I'm still trying to work out plans but I really want to give him a good day. He's accomplished so much this past year!