Emma loved Halloween. She likes trick-or-treating, but she didn't understand why we didn't go inside people homes! Georgia did great! She didn't fuss at all and I know she was tired. I have to say, two year olds get tired before they get a lot of candy!
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Emma has been spoiled by her Grandma Bryant. Everytime a box comes in the mail, she thinks it is presents for Emma. Today she got her wish! Unfortunatly, no one told her that Georgia would also be getting presents in the mail! She loves her new witch purse.
The toys, candy and book are great. Thank you, Grandma & Grandpa Bryant!
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Dan and I took the girls to Chuck E Cheese for the first time Monday night. I told Emma we were going somewhere fun after nap. As soon as she woke up she wanted to go "bye bye." I told her we were going to Chuck E Cheese and she started crying, "No, park!" Dan and I ashured her she would like Chuck E Cheese. Then she decided that mommy and georgia should stay home becuase only she and Daddy could go to Chuch E Cheese! When we finanlly got there, she had a blast. She loved the pizza, the rides and games, the play ground, and especially Chuck E Cheese singing. I love to see her have so much fun!
Monday, October 27, 2008
Friday, October 24, 2008
Last night, I was getting the girls ready for bed and I didn't have clean pj's for Georgia. I laid her on the floor and asked Emma to play with her while I ran to the laundry room. I came back to Georgia minus her diaper and Emma wiping her. I asked Emma what she was doing and she told me Georgia needed her diaper changed. Thank goodness, she really didn't. I asked her what she did with the diaper and she pulled it out of the bathroom trash. My little helper!
Thursday, October 23, 2008
We went to Washington Farm in Watkinsville, Georgia to get our family pumpkins. We had a blast with our friends! Emma was scared of the petting zoo. Since I didn't pick her up right away she tried to hide between my legs. When we went for strawberries back in April, a goat bit her hand and she thought it was funny at the time. Now that she is two, she is scared of everything. The kids did great posing for pictures! They liked all of the activities, but they all loved the cow train.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Emma's school class made a visit to the Church's pumpkin patch. I went to take pictures and now I know why the 2-year-olds do not go on actual field trips! They hold a rope to keep them in line. They couldn't possibly do it without the rope, but every kid came off the rope at some point in the 200 foot journey! They listened to a Halloween story read by one of the church's pastors. Then they picked out their mini-pumpkin and ran around. Back in the classroom, Emma's class used stickers to make their pumpkins into Jack-o-lanterns!