I really can't believe he is getting so big! I know I say that every week on the blog... You can imagine how often I tell myself that, too!
We had a great weekend in La Porte. The drive there was awful. It took us almost 4 hours to get home because highway 6 was practically shut down about 5 miles south of Navasota. We took a few Farm-to-Market roads to get onto Highway 290. We had planned to make my dad dinner but stopped at McDonald's on the way so we could eat and so Auggie could play for a bit.
We spent most of Saturday with some rugby friends. I wish the weather would have been nicer so Auggie and I could have stayed at the game. It was kind of cool and drizzly. The last thing I wanted was for Auggie to get sick so we went back to my parents' house while Tim watched the rest of the game. I was disappointed we missed seeing some friends but health is a little more important. Auggie played with Zane at the house and by the time Jen and I had made up our minds to go back to the game, it was over. Oooops. We spent the rest of the night hanging out with the rugby folks in Clear Lake while my mom watched Auggie. It was great getting out just the two of us.
Saturday morning we were supposed to go to a funeral for Tim's great uncle but Sherwin was in the hospital so we wanted to be able to leave as soon as we needed to. Sherwin is doing fine now; he just needs to take it easy for a couple weeks.
The weekend went by way too quickly. I'm already looking forward to going back home again. There never seems to be enough time to spend with friends and family. I didn't get any pictures with my Canon over the weekend. I was looking forward to Saturday's game to get most of the pictures but since it was rainy, I left the camera in the car.
|Auggie ate 2 whole cookies this weekend! YAY!|
|Tim's first wildflower in the yard. I think it's pretty... he doesn't|
|Auggie stole my spoon of peanut butter|
|Trying to bite my finger nails!|
|Watching the cars go by|
|He enjoyed walking across the field|
|Watching Daddy unload the groceries.|