This year for Christmas we got season passes to Tweetsie! Here are some pics from Henry’s first trip!
Needless to say, Henry loved it and I’m sure we will be going back very soon!
(To get your season passes, visit this site!)
I figured you all had been missing my posts about Henry. Completely un-food related, I know, but what is a mother to do. Here are some new updates:
So there are a few “fun facts” for ya and one day I’m sure I will enjoy looking back at these and seeing some of the things that are going on with him at the age of almost 2!
So this week was Henry’s first Bible school! He has been having SO much fun! Today is the last day, but I wanted to put some pics on here from the week. He acts like SUCH a big boy around all of the other kids! My baby is growing up on me!
For Mother’s Day this year, I made a two tiered pound cake. It was for a Mother’s Day Luncheon and I thought it turned out quite well! Hopefully just another step towards a cake decorating business! Here are some pics of the cake.
And here are some pics from the event.
This is the first year that Henry dyed Easter eggs. Obviously he didn’t last year since he was less than a month old… but anyways. This year we decided to team up with our neighbors, Melissa and Ben, who also have a little boy, Easton, who is just 3 months older than Henry. They are so cute together and I think they actually look a lot alike!
They did pretty good with it considering it was their first time AND they are only 1! Out of 24 eggs, I believe they ended up with 20.
So for Henry’s Easter present this year, I had the WONDERFUL idea of getting him 2 baby ducks. I called all over the place to find out where you could buy some. Finally, I found a Tractor Supply store that had some. We went on one night after I got off work and Henry fell asleep in the car… so he didn’t know about them until we got home. (he he) As soon as I opened that box up he just smiled the biggest smile! His eyes got HUGE! It was the greatest surprise ever! I got them out of the box and he would just stare at them. They kept walking over towards him. (I think they thought he was their mom?? Maybe because he was the smallest person there??) He would just lay on the floor and they would come over to him and he would just giggle! It was so cute. He wasn’t quite as gentle with them as I thought he would be, but he does love them. When he is playing in the living room floor, he has to go over to them and check on them in their box every 5 minutes. It was a great Easter gift, I have to say. And I am also very glad we got two of them. They seem like best buds. And Henry is right in the midst of them.