Live Real. Eat Real.

Hangin’ With The Grands

Hi, everybody! Grandma does this blog thing called the Spin Cycle an’ this week it’s about “collages” an’ she said I was gonna be in it. This worried me, since I haven’t even started pre-school, but Grandma says it’s not about school – it’s about pictures.

Like she needs an excuse to take pictures of me; every time I turn around she’s got the camera out.  I didn’t even know what her face looked like till I was 6 months old.

So, Grandma and Grandpa and Uncle Young One (who seems pretty old to me) came down to Cincinnati last weekend to visit me and Mommy and we had a great time!

First we went swimmin’.

After my demonstration of the fine art of splashin’, everybody said they were tired and hungry.  I wasn’t tired, but I figured lunch sounded like a good idea, so we went to Grandma and Grandpa’s new favorite fast food place – Culver’s.

After a healthy lunch of roast beef and green beans (although I may have preferred a grilled cheese sammich, apple juice and frozen custard – not that the Grands would ever actually feed me something like that when we’re by ourselves, you understand), we headed to Carter’s baby store where Grandpa and Mommy did a little shoppin’ and I terrorized the staff kept busy by playin’ Legos with Uncle Young One and chattin’ up the ladies.

Then we stopped by Half Price Books, where I helped Grandpa pick out a  little light reading.

I got to spend some of the time at a neat place called a “hotel” where I got to watch Mickey Mouse and Spiderman and Grandma spent a lot of time saying, “No, G – you can’t play with that.”  Which I basically ignored.

Eventually, we headed back to my and Mommy’s place.  We watched Toy Story, Grandpa read me stories, and I modeled my Halloween costume for everybody.

Does this make my butt look big?

From the blog