Thursday, November 29, 2007

Socks...Mmmm Tasty!

Bryson had such fun the other night chewing on all the clean and neatly folded socks in the laundry basket. The best part was when he had one pair hanging out of his mouth while trying to pick up as many more pairs as he could hold.

Five Years Together

Brian and I celebrated five years together on November 23. Bryson spent some quality time with Gran and Grandad while Brian and I headed for a night away in Salado. We ate a wonderful dinner and The Range. It was blissful to eat a whole dinner without picking toys off the floor or feeding Bryson more puffs. (As much as I love all that!) We stayed at a wonderful B & B called The Rose Mansion. I tortured Brian with some shopping. We did stop at the Texas Ranger Museum in Waco on the way home and Brian got his man fix looking at all the guns.


We had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Brian, Bryson, and I traveled down to my grandmother's for a visit with her, my family, aunts, uncles, and cousins. And of course you can guess who was the center of attention. We all had such fun watching Bryson!
Hanging out with Granny!

Exploring everything!

Playing with Daddy!

See my teeth!

Hanging upside down with Granddad!

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Tupperware and Plastic Spoons-A Recipe for Entertainment!

Needing to get the kitchen cleaned up, I whipped out the tupperware and plastic spoons for Bryson to play with. He has brand new toys but this kept him busy for at least a half hour. A side note: We started out with wooden spoons but once he started chewing on them I feared we would have splinters in a very inconvenient place.

"What tune would you like to hear next Mom?"

"Aren't I cute!"

Sunday, November 4, 2007

Busy Weekend

We had a super busy weekend! Nana was in town to visit. She was a great grandma and watched Bryson while Brian and I head to Waco for the Texas Tech/Baylor game. It was a great game and we stomped all over Baylor. We also went to Cousin John Marshall's baptism as well as did family pictures with all the Gallimores. We all wore our Texas Tech gear. Can't wait to post the pictures when we get them back!
Go Red Raiders!

Our college friends, Jason and Shana! It was great hanging with them at the game!
Playing with John Marshall!


I know I am a bit late getting these Halloween pics up. We had a great Halloween. Bryson pretty much hated his costume but once we were cruising around the block he seemed happier and was sound asleep by the time we got home. It was such fun taking our little dragon around on Halloween!
Our first step at actually wearing the costume! The feet only!


All tuckered out!

Friday, November 2, 2007

Comet and Bryson

Comet and Bryson are becoming fast friends. Comet is very patient with Bryson and really enjoys giving Bryson kisses. Dasher on the other hand just steers clear of Bryson.

Seven Months

I know I am a little late on the seven month post but life just seems CRAZY all the time. So here we go. I tried very hard to get a cute seven month picture, but since Bryson is now in constant motion and I have an old slow digital camera I seem to get some interesting, blurry dare you say action shots. I did finally get a couple of cute shots. Bryson now can crawl, pull up, sit up well, and cruise around things slowly. He is eating tons of baby food and growing like a weed. He has two teeth on bottom and four coming in on top. Before you know it he will have a mouth full! He is talking up a storm in his own baby language. Enjoy the pics.

One of my famous action shots!

See my teeth!

Playing in the Park

We made a visit to Celebration Park so Bryson could swing in a baby friendly swing. Boy did he have fun!

Eating Turkey for the First Time!

I bought some turkey baby food to try with Bryson. I thought how bad could it be. Well judging from the look on Bryson's face and the gagging noises he was making, it must have been pretty bad. You might ask "Did I have the camera ready to catch these shots?" No I didn't. We ran for the camera and feed him more turkey to get the reaction on film. I know we are terrible parents.