When we arrived, Tarryn was chillin' in his swing. He loves that swing and often falls asleep there.
Here is a picture of him and Jordan when Tarryn was younger. Quite a difference.
Here is Mom with Jordan, Tarryn and Griffyn. If I've counted correctly, she has twelve great-grandchildren.
I asked Griffyn if he'd stand beside his brother to have his picture taken and he happily complied. He loves having his picture taken and then he wants to see the photos on the camera.
He knows how to put in a dvd, turn on the tv and start the dvd player. He wanted Baby Einsteins.
Here he is looking very seriously as if having his picture taken is something that takes great concentration.
He showed me his basket hat and wanted me to take his picture.
Look at that smile. It does this old gal's heart good to see such a beautiful smile on a young child's face.
Jordan and Griffyn. Jordan likes his picture taken. Brandon is in the background and right now is camera shy.
He did agree to have his picture taken with Griffyn. I don't ask Brandon to smile because unless he is truly smiling, he fakes it and it doesn't turn out well.
Melissa made us burgers and fries for lunch, which suited everyone fine. The kids loved it and we had a nice visit. Tarryn was tired and didn't share any hugs or kisses but Griffyn obliged.These boys are well-behaved and are really good boys. Melissa has her hands full because they are so close together in age, but she's doing a great job.
Take time to spend time with a child this weekend. There's nothing like playing patty-cake and hearing them laugh and giggle.