Friday, October 22, 2010

Cloudy with a chance of a pesky fever!

Today we had family pictures taken. We haven't had picture taken in a all time. Aaron and I got up around 6:30 watching the weather worried that it was going to rain out our session. We left at 8:00 to drive to Waxachie for a 9:30 appointment. Dana spend an hour and half with us trying to take pictures. Aiden ran everywhere!! He wouldn't look at her for anything. We pulled out all the stops to get him to listen and smile...... but no. He was extremely fussy. I felt like all I did was apologize for his behavior. I could only hope that through all 200 pictures she took there was a few good ones....MAYBE. When we got home I was putting him down for a nap and he felt very hot so I took his temperature. He had a fever of 101.0. I felt like a terrible mom for not knowing he was sick. At least it explained for his bad behavior. It's not fun having a sick little boy.
You can look at the preview of our pics. from today at www.tinstarphoto.com/blog/

Go Rangers!!!

Aaron's dad got a suite for game 3 of the ALDS. It's the only way Aiden could go watch a game. He had plenty of room to play.
Daddy and Aiden with the broom!

Aiden with his G-Paw. GO RANGERS!

Thanks G-Paw for the great tickets and food. We had a blast!! Go Rangers -all the way to the World Series!

2010 Pumpkin Patch

Last weekend we went to the Celina Pumpkin Patch. Grammy and Papa came with us. We got to feed the animals at the petting zoo, ride the hayride, run through the pumpkin patch and ride a train. We enjoyed a picnic lunch in the middle of the pumpkin patch. Over all, it was a fun day together as a family.

Aiden did not like feeding the goats. You can tell by the death grip he has on his daddy.

Aiden did like riding the little train. Aaron tried to sit in it with him but as you can imagine that turned out to be a joke so Mommy got too. This was the first time Aiden was still for more than 5 minutes. He didn't move the whole time we rode around the pumpkin patch.

Aiden's not real big on taking pictures. He had to much exploring he wanted to do.