Monday, October 27, 2008

My Little Jumping Bean

Quinton has finally discovered how to use his Jumperoo! Up until a couple weeks ago he just hung out, looked at the lights flashing but didn't do a whole lot of jumping. Now he has discovered how much fun he can have in his jumperoo. It is a blast watching him and he has the time of his life. I think that Dan is having just as much fun as Quinton is!
sorry I'm not sure how to make the videos horizontal... I guess next time I will just have to take them the right way!

Quinton also has discovered how to clap. It is amazing to watch how when I clap he will now clap back (not every time but he is still clapping!!). He also has discovered his how to reach for EVERYTHING and dives for things on the table, on the floor, in your hands and they are usually things that he shouldn't have. He is pretty sweet though and becoming so much fun as he discovers the world!

A Weekend in Minnesota

What a good looking group!!
Quinton and I drove up to Minnesota for the weekend to visit Aunt Kelly (who came in from Madison), Aunt Dana and Uncle Ryan. It was a fun relaxing weekend, a nice time to catch up and enjoy each others company. It is always fun to spend time together, although I'm pretty sure that time with Quinton is more desired than time with me, but I' m getting used to it. I also was reminded why my parents (Nana and Papa) moved to Arkansas. It was snowing as to drove south... I don't think that I'm ready for the cold yet!

What a handsome little guy!
Playing in the leaves at Aunt Dana's house!
Quinton got to hang out with Uncle Ryan while the girls went to a movie. Doesn't he look studly in Uncle Ryan's hat? It might be a little big!!

A Day at the Pumpkin Patch

Quinton enjoying the Hay Ride!...It was pretty warm out that is why he is not wearing any socks or shoes!
Me and my favorite little boy!
A group of 7 of us moms and our children went to the pumpkin patch the other weekend. Although Quinton and a few of his friends were too young to run around it was still a fun day. The weather was beautiful and it was fun watching all the little kids playing with the animals and in the hay. Next year will be a blast. Above is my friend Yvonne's son Noah. He is three and seems to think that it is his job to protect Quinn. He is always keeping an eye out for him, making sure that he is doing ok. What a pal!

We're missing two moms and children but this is part of the group!

Thursday, October 2, 2008


Meg conquered her fear of YouTube and posted some videos of Q:

Thanks to the ease of posting ("Wow.... This is SOOO easy!!" she says), expect more videos in the future!