Friday, April 2, 2010

Monday, February 8, 2010

What's Mine is Yours

Over the last couple weeks Hayden as learned an important social skill - sharing. Here we see him keeping his pal Cookie Monster hydrated after an especially exhausting play time.

Bath Time!

Hayden enjoys a warm oatmeal bath twice a week. With his new-found mobility, it's sometimes hard to keep him from moving around and soaking the bath-giver. We managed to get a couple nice shots when he tired out, with and without shampooed hair.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Caught red handed!

You can't leave this little guy alone for a second!

Here is the result of Hayden wandering into the office and discovering a neatly stacked pile of packaged Star Wars figures. Just look at that guilty face! Well, I can't really get mad at him can I? At least he has good taste.

A busy December!

December was filled with lots of family, new friends and adventures for Hayden.

We returned to Fair's Nursery to see Santa and not only did Hayden stay awake this year, but luckily, he warmed up to Santa right away.

Hayden was sick a couple times this month and had to spend a little extra time in bed.

One mid-december trip to the MOA with Mom, Dad and Uncle Ben almost resulted in tragedy as Hayden was nearly swallowed whole by a crocodile at the Disney Store!
Luckily Dad was there to save him just in the nick of time.

Hayden had his first sled ride Christmas Eve Morning when Grandma and Grandpa came over to visit. Hayden was thrilled with the rides and also discovered what snowflakes tasted like.

Hayden's second Christmas was busy and full of fun as he traveled all over the metro area seeing family and getting great gifts! His favorite would probably be Cookie Monster from Uncle Adam. Santa also made a surprise visit!

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving

This guy's had too much to eat!

A trip to Macy's 8th Floor

Hayden really enjoyed the walk-through holiday show, so many sounds, colors and lights! The raised floors for the scenes that followed the path were just the right height for Hayden to use as an assistant for walking so he "rode the rail" from begining to finish. The adventure took a lot out of him and he was out cold by the time we got home.