Saturday, January 24, 2009

New milestones

Jon and I always keep the bedroom and bathroom doors shut because Lucas tends to get into things he's not supposed to. While I was in the shower this morning Lucas was playing in the cabinets, playing with my brush, pretty much the normal things he does while I'm in the shower. I was washing my face and heard one of his bath toys clank in the tub. I turn around and there he is, in the tub with me, clothes and all. I will never be able to shower by myself again. In our hallway we have two smaller closets. He's been trying to open them pretty much since we moved in, well now he can get them open. I'm going to have to take Gramma's advice and put a gate up in the hallway so he can't get back there anymore. Oh the ever exploring mind of a 15 month old.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Blog before work

Lucas awoke this morning with two different hair styles. One represents my hair, flat and lifeless and the other side, Jon, curls, curls, curls.

Not much else going on here. Yesterday was beautiful so we decided to go for a walk. Needless to say after the sun set it got pretty chilly. I hope everyone has a good Friday.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

New hat and DVD player

Mariah, Michael, Lucas and I went shopping in Columbia over the weekend. We made a stop at Bass Pro and found Lucas the cutest hat. He didn't seem to mind wearing it around the store so I went ahead and bought it. This is really the first hat he will keep on his head. It's pretty much a fight every morning to keep the stocking cap on.
Jon and I had been looking at portable DVD players for Lucas for quite awhile but could never decide on one. For Christmas Lucas received one as a gift, thank you John and Patty! It's been a great thing for the car and it's the perfect size for him. He LOVES it! Now I need to get some more cartoons for him to watch. I'm getting pretty tired of "The Backyardagains and Max & Ruby".

Monday, January 5, 2009

Trying to put on my new pjs

Grandpa and Grandma Stiens got Lucas new pjs for Christmas. He is always trying to figure out how to get them on. As far as he's concerned, everything should go on your head.

"I see you"

Lucas was more interested in the box parts then the toys. Here I caught him looking at his Gramma.

More Christmas

We headed back to Maryville to finish up our Christmas. As usual, the weekend flew by but it was nice to see our family and friends. Here are a couple of pictures.