Sunday, November 6, 2011

Crazy little thing called "Life"

What is this a picture of? 
 If you said "Austin standing in his un derwear... at the pumpkin patch"  you would be right! 

Now, I'm sure you're wanting to know WHY on earth this happened.  It all started one fine Monday morning.  We were all very excited to go to the pumpkin patch with our friends.  Upon arriving to the pumpkin patch, Austin immediately started running around.  A few minutes later he came back, climbed into the stroller and proceeded to vomit all over himself.  Luckily, we were standing over a pile of hay.  Don't worry, the mess is probably still there infecting other poor souls!  (When I asked the worker if I could take care of the mess he told me to just leave it there.) 

So there we were at the pumpkin patch with puke all over us-in a field- no change of clothes-- and a 30 minute drive home.  Awesome!  Luckily a very sweet man let us tidy up in his bathroom AND I happened to have a onesie in my diaper bag.

Did you know that a 9 month sized onesie can also fit an (almost) 3 year old?  Here is the proof!

That is the end of our story.  Don't worry, I still managed  sure to get my pictures. 
Puke covered, or not. 

And thank you to my wonderful friend who sat in the back seat with Austin and held the bucket (... or blanket) for him the whole way home!

Tyler's Lifelaps

Here is Tyler's first year in 3 minutes.  Please take the time to watch it.  Lisa, a college roommate, created this for us.  She is very talented! 

Tyler's Lifelaps from Lisa Brown on Vimeo.

Grandma Visit

Tyler enjoying some "Grandma Time" after dinner. 
Here is Austin at the pumpkin patch.  This little longhorn had massive amounts of saliva.  Thankfully, we always have wipes and sanitizer on hand. 
This little guy also has massive amounts of saliva.  :) 

While Grandma was here we went to a pumpkin patch, had lots of delicious meals, tried a few new resteraunts, made Halloween crafts and played really hard. 
Thanks, Rinda for all the fun.  Austin is still talking about "squished witches."

Halloween 2011 at the ward "trunk or treat."  Austin kept running from our trunk to the trunk of his nursery leader to get candy.  Finally, we got him to branch out and go to a few other cars too. 

Here are the cutest little lion and airplane I ever saw. 

Tyler has been walking since the beginning of October so it was really cute to see him toddle around.  Occationally he would let out a ferocious growl. 

Austin really wanted me to make a robot costume for him, but seeing how we ALL got the stomach flu the week  before Halloween... he got to be a wonderful store bought airplane. 
Maybe next year, son.