We have had a terrific time here in Minnesota, and it is hard to believe we are reaching the end of our stay. We think Gus might think he lives with his grandparents, as he has spent more time in Minnesota than his home state of Kentucky at this point.
Below follows a little re-cap of the past few weeks
My brother-in-law brought two kayaks to the Warp abode, and we have enjoyed paddling to the various sand bars near my folks' place.
Gus was in his first Fourth of July Kiddie Parade in Moose Lake
Gus' cousins had the chance to do a little bonding with him
We picnicked with all the kiddos in the backyard
All the cousins, sans Natalie, gathered in the sun porch with the grandparents
An intense card game with the kids
Gus has been sporting the g-diapers with success. We realized it appears as though we have monogrammed Gus' diapers with his initial.
And now on to the many faces of Gus. Our cameras are covering his every move, and below follow some of my favorite picks.
Gus with his great-grandma Ollie
In order to accurately represent this little one, I thought I had better include a couple of crying shots.
Gus has been meeting my good friends like Angie...
The Hart-Bennett Family
We brought him to a BBQ restaurant where the owner (pictured above) went over the menu with us.
Gus has loved cuddling with his grandma
Down on Sand Lake
Skyping with his aunt Emily, who is living in Ghana
Taking a snooze with grandma Sandi while car shopping The new car purchase. So long old Subaru.
This blog began as a recording of my year living and working in Guadalajara, México. It now reflects my experiences in Kentucky, living in a 130-year-old house first inhabited by Colonel Crump and his wife Mary Norton Underwood.