Tuesday, June 7, 2016

More Family Time

After getting my banking done online this morning, we made a quick trip to the grocery store to replenish our supply of water and Pepsi - and to get some Popsicles. When we got back to the RV Park, Granddaughter Havela and Baby Kahlyn were out on the grass waiting for us. Since Mom and Dad were both at work today and her brother and sister were in school, they came to hang out with us this afternoon.

Kahlyn is SO busy! She is never still, just a very busy little baby! Havela closed the sliding door that goes back to the bathroom and bedroom, so we pretty much had her confined to the living area. I think she explored every inch of it. There was a lot of putting various things up out of reach - and some discovery that our idea of "out of reach" doesn't necessarily meet with reality! She's very smart and quickly learned that she had to stay away from the steps.

Kahlyn is fascinating to watch as she explores her world. At only ten months, she knows that if you swipe your tiny finger across an iPad, you can make the pictures change! And if you play with Mama's phone, you can get music to play. She recognizes the music from Big Bang Theory and dances to it. It's a whole lot of fun to get Grammy's little table pushed over so that you can slide it across the floor - and even climb into it.

And of course, everything goes in her mouth. Cheese sticks, bagels, cookies, cherries, Hershey bars and Popsicles. Anything Mommy's eating needs to be shared! She even thought sun flower seeds should be shared. She loves water bottles and will chug the water down - you have to tip the bottle down to get her to stop long enough to take a breath.

Are we fascinated and enamored of our first great grand child? No! Absolutely not!

She finally fell asleep in my arms as she was looking out the window and playing with her toes. She got in a good half hour nap before she and her Mommy left to go for a swim with Auntie Kyra at the Croc Community Center pool where Ky works as a life guard.

What a lovely way to spend an afternoon!

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