Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Grady sitting in the sand along the shore while Maggie stands by.
Sunday, July 4, 2010
The experience was a tactile one in many ways. Grady's fingers never stopped touching and pulling out the grass. What a big adventure!
Intently watching Lorna clap her hands.
This deer was out by the pond in the morning. I wonder if it's the same one who ate my peas and the tops of most of my tomato plants? Lesson to be learned: always put the Irish Spring stakes around the garden as soon as it's planted!
If planting the garden wasn't such work, I'd be thrilled to feed the deer and bunnies. This year, however, I'm more into the value of the garden than ever because I plan to make much of Grady's baby food with the bounty.
Grady and I went to visit Grandpa Gerry and Grandma Arlene for the day. Grandma has terrible arthritis in her knees, but that didn't stop her from getting on the floor to play with Grady. Her reward? Grady's giggles, hugs and smiles!
Being that Grady didn't have his normal long naps this day, I thought he'd fall asleep the second we got in the car. Instead, he chattered for 35 miles before finally sleeping the last 20. He loves to talk, and it's fun to have his company in the car.