2. Baby Graham. He's changing so much right now. Everything from his nap schedule to his speech development is turning upside down. Last week, he said his first word other than "Dada." While David was holding him and running back and forth through the yard with Parker, Graham yelled, "GOOOO!" It was high pitched, but go nonetheless. Cute as ever. Then, while in the kitchen earlier this week, a stink bug crawled across the ceiling. I pointed to it and said, "bug." He then pointed to it and said, "Buuu." He left off the "g" but it was definitely an attempt to say bug. He repeated himself a couple times and still walks around pointing to spots calling them bugs. I love year two with babies because it's the language explosion year. So much fun. Here's a clip of Graham in the kitchen.
3. My Phone. Just so you know, I am cool now. I have an iPhone. Because I didn't want to be one of those people who sacrifice all to have the newest, fanciest cell phone out there, I've been carrying around a little $9.99 flip phone for the past few years. You know what I'm talking about. You've seen those folks who get out of a 20 year old vehicle in their ratted up pj's. They then proceed to Walmart to purchase things with food stamps. Right before they leave the store with their case of Budweiser and cigarettes, their phone rings and they bust out a new 4G iPhone. Let's get an understanding here. I have no issues (well, few anyway) with old cars, food stamps, and Wal-mart, but it just doesn't seem right to have other people paying for things for you when you sport the latest and greatest unnecessary miniature computer. I'm really not mean-spirited, I promise. Anyway. I love my phone and I'm glad I waited until now to buy it. I am soooo thankful for all it's jazz. It's like having everything I need in the palm of my hand. Well, maybe not everything, but it's pretty encompassing. I'll leave you with some pictures from my new phone. I'm kind of addicted to the free Shakeit app that turns your pictures into Polaroids. I'm sure it has little to do with how they visually turn out and much to do with the fact I get to shake my phone to make the picture appear. Love it.