We spent Thanksgiving at the ranch with the rest of the Bibler's. It was nice and relaxing, great food and great company. We took Jaden to the Exotic Zoo, and to the Hill Country Lighting in Johnson City. I unfortunately dropped my camera in the pool and it is no longer working, so these pictures I took off of the websites. Santa if you read this blog, I have been a good girl this year, and would like a new camera for Christmas. :) Jaden loved the zoo, we hand fed tons of animals and played with the goats. We all enjoyed the lighting of the courthouse in downtown Johnson City. They had a firework show to display the lighting and Santa appeared afterward. There were tons of people there, especially for such a small town.
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Friday, November 7, 2008
I have cut Jaden's hair a few times before, but this was his first professional haircut. Daddy got his hair cut first, and then Jaden got his done. He did great. I am sure the lollipop and toys helped out, in fact, give the boy a sucker and he will do pretty much anything you want him to. I realized I have not updated you on all of Jaden's progress lately. We transferred him to his big boy bed right after his 2nd birthday, and he took to it like fish take to water. He went to sleep and slept all night from the very first night. He has gotten out of bed a few times since then, but we just tell him to get back in bed, and he goes to sleep. He is also doing very well at preschool. He has a girlfriend named Abby. The run around together on the playground holding hands, and they sit next to each other at snack time. I can't believe he is already chasing girls. He is such a sweet boy, and I am soaking up all of our one on one time together before baby Brody gets here.
Saturday, November 1, 2008
We went to a Halloween Party yesterday at The Ackman's. We ordered pizza, had a bounce house for the kids, and went trick or treating around the neighborhood. It was Jaden's first Halloween party, and first Trick or Treating. He did great. He rode in a wagon with Connor, and at every house they would jump out of the wagon and run to the door. At the first few stops he was not sure of what to do, but by the end he would not let go of his candy bucket, and couldn't wait until the next stop. Josh and I think it is probably one of his favorite holidays, since he got to hang out with friends, jump in the bounce house, eat pizza, stay up late, and have 3 lollipops. It doesn't get much better than that when you are two.