We turned Ryan's car seat around so now he is facing forward. He thinks he is such a big boy. But now he wants you to pay attention to him and does not occupy himself as much.
He is getting better at using a spoon to feed himself but uses the wrong end, lol.
He loves to help put the dishes in the dishwasher.
Here he is talking on my phone.
He loves it when we get in his playhut to play with him! It's a good thing this playhut came with a lot of balls because right now his favorite thing is throw them every where. He loves to play catch now.
One day while Jonathan ran into the store to get something, I let Ryan play in the front seat. He was so excited to get to "drive" the car.
Ryan's aunt Nikki is at Ft. Knox for some training and came for a visit. We went to a pumpkin patch with her and one of my friends; however, when we got there Ryan was asleep. Aunt Nikki enjoyed getting to cuddle Ryan.
He loved getting to hit the pumpkins. He kept trying to pick them up.
Jonathan and I took Ryan to an orchard this past weekend. We really enjoyed our family day out.
We got to pet a baby zebra, it was very soft!
We didn't get a picture of it but they had turtles at the petting zoo too. Ryan kept saying turtle over and over again, it was so cute! I'm not sure why he has always loved turtles but he has.
Here is Ryan sitting on a big pumpkin.
He enjoyed getting to sit in the wagon and hold his little pumpkin. However, he did eat part of the stem when we weren't looking.
We realized that our make shift baby gate (aka, the pack-n-play) no longer works.
And this is what happens.
I would sure like to know how he learned to do this. Even though he doesn't go any where were he could climb steps he is pretty good at it and doesn't seem to have any fear of them. Needless to say we are going shopping for a baby gate with measurements this time (the last couple we have bought won't fit where we need them to so they have been returned).