My friend Tara had a great idea to take the boys and feed the ducks. They had a great time but I am afraid the ducks were a little stuffed from whoever fed them that morning. An employee of the hospital (that is where the duck pond was) said, "Yeah, by the looks of the sidewalks in the morning, it looks as if they are fed very well." In my head, I was like, "Okay...thanks for that tidbit!" Anyway, since Tara and I had our hands full with two babies, I thought it would be a good idea for them to hold hands in the parking lot. They did so well and I think actually enjoyed each others company. It took them a while to figure out how to hold hands, but once they caught on they just kept going.
Do I look like the mama duck or what?
Cade (the fearless one) ran after the ducks.
Keegan kept a safe distance.
The next day, I took Keegan for his first haircut. I had trimmed up his hair before but it was now time for a professional haircut. The last time I decided to trim it up, I vowed to myself that was the last time. I did it during a thunderstorm (I guess to waste some time because we could not be outside) and the scissors went diagonally up as soon as it thundered. Let's just say his hairline was not so pretty.
Keegan did awesome at his haircut and he watched Elmo while playing in a firetruck. What more could you ask for? She did a little spike in the front, and I swear he gained two years. I asked her what she did with my baby because now he looks officially like a toddler.