Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Necessarily Rewinding: Part 3

(October - November 2012)

Playing soccer at the neighborhood park with our friends from across the street...






Having an after-church play date...


Gabriel wanted to make a pumpkin like he'd seen others make. It was his first time ever to dig into a pumpkin.




Atticus had a terrible fever and missed costume day at his Mother's Day Out.


The next day he was crossing one eye!!! Talk about freaking out. We sure did a little of that. We had him at the pediatrician's office by lunch. We didn't get to see our actual pediatrician, but as it turned out we got to see Doc McStuffins, which just happened to be Atticus's very favorite show!! That helped so much, since my little fella hadn't been to see the doctor since he was a tiny baby. We even sang the "Check Up" song on the way so he would know what to expect. Imagine our surprise when Hallie Hippo, the nurse, walked in, followed by Doc McStuffins herself! What a blessing and a happy memory! (By the way, this is not common practice at our clinic. It was Halloween.)


Atticus's favorite character on the show:


We then got sent to a pediatric opthamologist just down the road. And lo and behold, my baby needed glasses!! After a week's wait, we rechecked his eyes just to be sure and then tried on a few frames.


He's so handsome, no matter what!


Here he is with his way-cool "sunglasses" to protect his dilated eyes.


A decorated brother... ;)


Trampoline fun...





Washing the windows...



Atticus's teacher brought her son to school, and HE brought a very special droid. Atticus was ecstatic!


Ballerina...



Family camping trip...







Gabriel's kindergarten Thanksgiving program...





Atticus joining big brother on the school playground...





Pizza and a Movie...


Saylor's Second Grade Veteran's Day Program...



Saylor's "Da" stood to be recognized as one who had served his country.


Saylor's great-grandfather also served. (This photo is featured toward the end of the video below, round about 3:57.)



My Saylor Girl auditioned and won a solo part in the finale. She sings the first verse (so beautifully) in this tear-jerker (you'll even get a VERY brief (and hazy) glimpse of her at the 37-second mark):


Her daddy bought her flowers. **awwww**





Atticus pulling off his new look quite well...



Enjoying a frigid football game...


Noah receiving several Cub Scout awards...


Whew!
I'm GOING to catch up, I'm GOING to catch up...

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