My blog is now two years old. Oh, and so am I.

Happy Birthday!

We had a great party where lots of friends came over to play and my grandparents all visited.

Grandparents

Grandparents

I couldn’t contain my excitement when I started to receive gifts.

Excitement

Balloon fun

Gear

New truck

Sand and water

Mommy made some delicious cake.

Candles

Elmo cake

I was prince for a day, even though I continued to wear the crown for a few more days.

Princely snack

I’ve been dancing up a storm lately. At home. At daycare. At home. I really loved the Easter card Grandma and Grandpa R. sent me.

At the playground last weekend I rode the teeter-totter for the first time. Wheee!

I’ve been fighting crime in my spare time.

In the chill of night, at the scene of the crime

I have taken to eating on the couch.

Goldfisherman

Ba na na

The shredded cheese incident

I hit the terrible twos.

Terrible two's


But we still have a good time.

There he is!

Paint

Silly head

Mirror mirror

Peeking out

I’m been acting so grown up lately. Sometimes Daddy & I build things together, then I do demolition.

Take that!

Sometimes we type on the computer.

Sometimes we rock out.

Sometimes we just talk on the phone.

Bye bye!

I’ve been turning lights off like crazy at home, but it wasn’t until I found some switches at my own height that I could figure out how to turn them back on as well.

Well, I was in rare form tonight. First we did peek-a-boo.

Then after all the walking practice yesterday I decided to go it alone back and forth all the way across the room several times.

Sure, I hit the ground a few times, but I didn’t let it phase me. I’m a walking machine.

I’m not sure I completely understand this Christmas thing. I received a great big box in the mail last week, but Mom & Dad didn’t open it. That didn’t stop me from playing with it though.

Then today I overheard Daddy ask Grandma Barb when to open the box, and she said she didn’t care. So this afternoon when I was pushing the box around again, I guess Dad & Mom felt sorry for me because they opened the box. Inside was the greatest thing ever. I no longer have to push the box around because now I can push what was inside the box around. This expression sums it up pretty well.

A little excited

I pushed the cart back and forth across the living room for 30 minutes non-stop. Then after dinner I played some more.

Push push push

Thanks, Grandma & Grandpa!

Happy boy

We traveled all around and I got to visit all my grandparents and great grandparents for Thanksgiving.

At Grandma Barb & Grandpa Bruce’s house I showed everyone how fast I could crawl, and I even took a few steps.

On the prowl

Peek

I also got to play with my cousins Caleb & Vivian, and see my great grandparents.

Great grandparents

Great grandparents

Later, at Grandma Nancy & Grandpa Dick’s house I showed Grandma & Great Aunty how to play the piano on my iPad.

Will composes with Smule

And I got into some mischief there as well.

Climbing in

I can’t wait to visit all my relatives again. We just always have the bestest time together.