Tuesday, August 25, 2009

First of Indiana

I know...my posting is long overdue; but I have a good explanation...if I'm up for it; I'll explain on a later date :) We've been here in Fort Wayne, Indiana with my parents since the 5th of August. Grandma and Grandpa are having a fun time with Tyler and of course Georgia so most of the pictures are of them and for good reason :) Since Ty is an experienced flyer; I was nervous about taking Georgia. She cried after I picked her up but quickly got over it when she got ample attention in the airport. Too bad they don't give sky miles to dogs and babies cause we would have enough frequent flyer miles to fly all of you out to Korea for the winter!! Who needs Hawaii! It's the new vacation hotspot...haha! For now, we are enjoying being back in the states and trying our best to talk with Andy daily and skype with video so he can see all the new things Tyler is doing. We miss him dearly and can't wait to see him in a few more months!
Just landed at 11pm in Chicago with a 3 hour drive to Fort Wayne. My kids did great :)
Learning to scoot on his new ride! Still needs a lift and 35's with a winch on the front but it will have to do for now :)
Georgia loves the low windows at my parents...she gets to lay down and look outside all at once...perfect!
So cute how both of them are watching the tub get filled. They are already best friends :)
Ty is so daring and definately "all boy"! He loves to play with the water and create a 'pool' outside the tub on the floor when splashing. He will hold his head under the faucet when it is pouring out until he can't hold his breath any longer. Can't wait to see what he tries when he's 16! Yikes!!

Boxes are always the best gift!
Ty's early birthday present from Grandpa and Grandma :)
Georgia loves to have her paw massaged...she falls asleep sitting up like this....spoiled!
Georgia's crate is now Ty's new toy. I wonder what people would have thought if I showed up to the airport with Ty in here reading "Live Animals"...pretty sure CPS would have arrived! Would be so funny though....maybe it could be a new "Punk'd" episode :)
Out getting ice cream at Zesto's

We spent an afternoon at Shipshewana, an Amish community. Never seen more buggies, long beards, bonnets, and suspenders :)
They had a ton of crafts!!! Personally not a fan of trinkets but always fun to peruse through stores that have bunnies in dresses, candles made out of 'soy'....(thought soy was a milk substitute but whatever), and little porcelain figurines that rest on doily's and clutter china cabinets that were originally meant to hold china....hmmm
The Christmas stuff was out and pretty fun...Ty and Georgia thought so too :) (yes, the are pet friendly!) They didn't quite know what to make of the singing carolers...
Grandpa and Ty taking a break in the shade
Way overtired and in a daze while watching Baby Genius
Ty is the new spokesperson for Huggies! (what would you call a baby 'representative' that can't speak? Mumbleperson??? hmmm) Anyway, I love this photo and want to send it in to the company:)

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