Watch the road, Jack! And no Britney, I don't shave his head. His hair just hasn't come in very much yet.
We came home and planted just about everything. Finally, we have a yard and not just dirt! Here's what it looked like before we moved in last summer:
And here's what it looks like today:
Nice work, team Nelson! See those hanging planters? Only $9.99 at IKEA. Thanks, IKEA!
Doug and I were going to go to Winger's on Saturday night, but their power was out. They gave us a free wings appetizer for next time we go. Sweet! So we went to Olive Garden instead.He was laughing until Doug took the picture, of course. We decided that this might be the last time we take Jack with us when going out to dinner for awhile. He always wants to be held when our food comes, so the "eating in shifts" routine is still in play. Luckily, I sat by a lady in our ward that is in the young women's on Sunday, and she gave me a nice list of good baby-sitters in the ward. What's the going rate for baby-sitters these days? Any ideas?
Also, we had to move Jack's crib mattress down because he finally started sitting up last week. Since we have to be able to lift the side of the crib up and down now, we had to remove the bumper. Now, things like this are starting to happen, which makes his falling asleep that much harder.Oh well, hopefully those chunky legs will keep filling out so he won't fit through the bars soon. Jack still barely has his cold that he started in Colorado, and he thought it would be nice to share it with Doug on Saturday night. So Doug has been sick since Saturday, and has had such a sore throat. I hope he feels better soon!