Christmas Eve service...check.
Christmas Eve Chinese dinner ....check.
Tons of Pictures...check.
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Having finished folding laundry, I leave my room to check on the clothes in dryer. I come back a few minutes later to find Ziva in the middle of the clean, folded laundry. She is piling the clothes on her as "wenkets" aka blankets. That's what I get leaving a child alone. It could have been worse. So I snap a pic and laugh along with her.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
The mall also has a merry-go-round which Jason took Ziva on. This time he rode with her. I think they both enjoyed themselves.
Yesterday we got to spend a little while at the mall and we had fun. Surprising, isn't it! We meet Jason at one of the malls and he took Ziva to see Santa and then to ride some rides. One ride she got to ride was the Christmas train. She really enjoyed it. I'm still trying to figure out how I got stuck riding with her when it was Jason's idea.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Ziva was up and on the go this morning. She hadn't been up two minutes when she came down the hall sporting this ensemble. Then later, when I finally convinced her that the upper 70s heatwave we were experiencing didn't call for a hat, she moved on to her rain boots. Which are cute but make her feet stinky! The girl doesn't care. She is her own trendsetter.
Let me start by saying I wouldn't normally dress my kid like this...and that's saying a lot. But my husband loves chubaka and starwars and all that junk. And I saw found this very cheap and thought what the heck. For a little fun. What I didn't know was that the costume would actually look like Chubaka (am I spelling that right) had mange. Seriously, I know it's not the most expensive costume out there but is the best you can do. Still Ziva was too cute! She was roasted in about 5 minutes and was happy to take it off.
Ziva has started perching. I am not a big fan of it. Jason decide if he likes it or not. He thinks it cute but doesn't like what it does to the furniture. Everyday...a little more like our parents. I don't want to have to kiss a boo boo that could be avoided but you gotta let kids be kids...right. She is cute and really enjoys just hanging out.
I have to give a shout out to the Forsyth Park Inn. You can find it at http://www.forsythparkinn.com/. It is right across from Forsyth and beautiful. It is one of my favorite inns on the Park. Well, we got an awesome parking spot when we went to the park. Which is a big deal and it just happened to be right next to the inn. I wanted to snap a couple of pictures of Z before we headed to the park. The owner happened to return to the inn as we are taking pictures and she invited us into to the garden to take pictures. She was so nice, the gardens were beautiful and Ziva wanted nothing to do with the camera. Still I loved getting to see what I have only got to see though the gate. I would suggest this place to anyone. The garden alone is worth it.