Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Tappana Times: February Love

Disneyland was our big event in February, and you can read all about it in my previous post. But we did have a couple other picture-worthy moments.

I couldn't resist snapping a shot of Kendrick in his noise-reducing headphones.

We purchased them for Disneyland because I had read that babies were often overwhelmed by the loud noises of the rides and if you toned it down they would do much better. So, I spent a couple weeks prior to our trip training Kendrick to keep the headphones on. Ironically, we didn't end up using them because we forgot to bring them into the park, but he sure looks cute with the massive headphones squishing his chubby cheeks together.

Brigham and I went on a very nice valentine's date. We went out to dinner and then saw the movie Passengers, which we both ended up enjoying a lot more than we thought we would. It was a surprisingly romantic, interesting movie.

Our love is pho real.

After the movie, we stopped by the T-mobile store in the mall to get our free T-mobile Tuesday socks.

It was such a nice date together on Valentine's Day.

Kendrick is my bud around the house during the day, so I'm afraid most of my pictures are of him.

Sending pictures of himself in his swag to his cousin, Chloe.

Looking cool for a walk during a RARE sunny moment. We've literally had 32 hours of non-rain since OCTOBER!

This little man is stubborn and has a temper. I took him to the library and let him walk around on his own. He went straight to the board books, picked one out, and would NOT let go. I couldn't even pry it from his hands to check it out. I had to lift him up and scan both him and the book in order to check it out. He read it to himself the whole way home, and a half hour later, here he is, still enjoying it. Kendrick sure loves books and that's ok by me.

And that's about it: Valentine's Day and Kendrick keeping the other four of us busy.

1 comment:

  1. i cant believe how much he looks like ammon in sunglasses! i loved passengers too btw- and that pho joke was pho-nominial