That’s the first thing I heard when Liam woke up this morning.
Brian’s sister Megan spent the weekend with us, and we all miss her already. Liam thinks Aunt Megan hung the moon and stars – she plays with him, she reads to him, she’s a great snuggler. Inexplicably to Liam…wonderful things seem to just keep happening when Aunt Megan is around, and he loves it! For instance:
I didn’t get as many photos as I normally would, but in my defense, I felt like I was going to pass out at any moment throughout most of her visit! (I’m okay now.) It was also pretty darn frigid outside, and we all were happy to just hang out and play at home.
We did venture out to MacArthur Center to let Liam cut loose in their Kid Zone play area. They’ve recently changed the theme and added more elements, of which I am not a fan…but, that’s for another post. He ran himself ragged, and we did our best to click photos when he paused briefly. It was packed, and we saw more than one head on collision. (Liam was in one, but luckily survived the impact with just hurt feelings.) We intended to hit the Children’s Museum, too, but decided to head home and go out to dinner instead.
Megan treated us to a lovely meal at the Lynnhaven Fish House, where Liam ate his weight in Hush Puppies, cucumbers and Steamed Shrimp. He was actually very well behaved – especially for a 2 year old in a “casually elegant” restaurant. The elderly couple who were seated at the next table even stopped to comment at how good he had been. (I’m so glad, because I was afraid he might disturb them. He was a little gentleman, though.)
We had a great weekend. We all love Megan, and can’t wait to see her again!
Megan just sent this one, and I HAD to post it. Right after he picked up the utensils, one or all of us (I can’t remember) said “Hey, now, don’t poke your eye out!”
And he did this:
(He’s totally faking, by the way. That fork never came near his eye. What a ham.)