In July, we took a roadtrip to go to Mom's Aunt Marie's wedding in Traverse City. It was a beautiful event on the beach and we had a great time at it and walking around town.
We've done some socializing this summer. Mom had some friends and their kids over. My boy Sebastian rocks! Lorelai and I had great conversation over some pizza too.
Later, Mom and I drove to Chicago to see my friend Keira's new baby brother Dillon. We had blast going to Shedd's Aquarium and Morton Arboritum. Don't be hatin', the girls love me!
Big update with my brother Scott - he turned two!!! He got some great presents. I was very persistent in asking if I could play with them. Luckily, he had enough that he didn't miss the ones I soon took over as my own. Gotta be some benefits to being the older brother!
I had my first dentist appointment and let me just be honest - I was a GREAT patient. I'm looking forward to going back and showing them my pearly whites in a few months.
We went to another wedding and Scott really enjoyed himself. By the way, what's in the cup Scott? It better be water or I'm telling on you!
I knew I was popular, but I didn't realize I was popular enough to have a train named after me AND in a museum. It's true, I have pictures to prove it.
Halloween is pure awesomeness. It lasted for weeks! We went trick-or-treating again at the campground. This year it was warm weather and we loaded up on the candy. I was Captain America, of course, and Scottie was a fireman. I got a lot of props on the costume. Someone even gave me a diecast car. It was a Volvo. I'm only 3 so I didn't see the connection on that one. Halloween festivities also included the Halloween Carnival at our school, trick-or-treating at school earlier that day and then Halloween night around town. I didn't put much effort into that last one, I'll admit. It was cold and I already had plenty of candy.
Dad got the swingset up and we've had fun playing with it. Here's a peek at it through a tomato mom grew in her garden. It was donut-shaped. Very weird!
I'm gonna wrap this blog entry up now. I don't want to overload you with all of our cuteness. Early next year I'll be posting about Thanksgiving and Christmas. Scott - take me out, homie-style: PEACE OUT!