We had a great Fall weekend. The temperatures finally dropped cool enough for Logan to wear long sleeves and socks and actually need them. He loved not sweating. He did not love being dressed as a chicken. I loved wearing closed toed shoes and not sweating. I was making a mental list of the places in the country that have four seasons that I might want to move to.
A day later, he got back in his costume for another party and didn’t mind it as much. Every day is different! Applies to all ages of babies.
On Friday, I bought Logan two new toys. Now that he is really crawling, trying to stand, and plays more, he is more interested in everything. He loves anything with lights and music, so I bought him a wooden xylophone and another toy. His favorite part are the sticks that came with the xylophone.
What a happy chicken! We also baby proofed our house on Friday. Gates for the stairs and locks for cabinets and drawers. I don’t like it and find it annoying, but it’s necessary.
Logan says this is a silly holiday.
Other than repeatedly dressing Logan as a chicken, I made a lot of baby food (check back Thursday about that), cooked Sunday night dinner (well Jeffrey did all the work this week, grocery shopping too), and made a challah for last Friday’s dinner.