After 4 rainy days last week, at least we had a respite this weekend – it was gorgeous!
Mommy and I did some holiday shopping with Grammy Boo and Aunt Angela at the Rhinebeck Crafts Fair on Saturday; it’s a good hour and a half away, but definitely worth the trip – we had so much fun! While we were there, we passed one of the food tables and I signed “cheese.” Mommy told the lady who was handing out samples and she said she already knew; her son was hard of hearing so she knows sign language, too! That was the first time I signed and someone other than Mommy noticed and understood what I was doing – so cool.
On Sunday, Mommy and I ran some errands and then we went to the Greek Festival with Grammy Boo, Coach, Aunt Debbie, and Uncle Eric. I had gyro, greek salad, spanakopita, dolmades, and loukamades – YUM. I danced with Aunt Debbie, went up and down stairs with Coach, and blew kisses at all the girls! We finished there early, so then we went to Grandma and Grandpa’s house to meet up with Aunt Angela and Uncle David. Daddy and the rest of the family were eating lasagna, but I was full so I didn’t have any… I *did* have room for a few bites of chocolate cake, though!
Anyway, now I’m staring down a week full of rainy days and not at all excited about it… I’m still crossing my fingers that I can have my toddler trip to the Bronx Zoo tomorrow, but we’ll have to keep an eye on the weather reports – Harmony and I don’t need another zoo visit in a monsoon! If you’d like to join us, keep an eye on my Twitter feed, or e-mail Mommy to make sure we’re still on and get details…
Save the dates for some upcoming events:
I’m hosting a virtual Halloween parade! The blog hop will go up on Friday, October 29 and will be open for a week so everyone gets a chance to link up their Halloween pictures – I can’t wait to see everyone’s costumes!
I’m also going to be publishing a holiday gift guide- my personal picks for all the babies in your life! Keep an eye out for it towards the end of November – in time for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, AND Hanukkah – which is early this year! Do you have any favorites I should be sure to include?