Today I was finally able to host a play date at my house. I've been wanting to do this for awhile because our home is perfect for play dates. Not only does my house sometimes resemble "Toys R Us" from all the thrifted and donated toys I have, but I also have a really cute park in our backyard and a community swimming pool with in walking distance. So last night I made a batch of funfetti cupcakes with pink frosting. I love baking for people, so if you ever come over for a play date be prepared to be fed some sort of baked treat.
Judah waiting for his friends by the front door this morning. He didn't understand that people were coming over to see him today. I left the front door open so he could scream at all the George Mason students walking to and from class. He wants everyone to be his friend and he doesn't understand that people don't like screaming babies. Once he saw Mina and Bryce he had the biggest smile on his face.
Playing in the front living room. I love how Mina can climb over/on top or around everything.
I think they look like they could be cousins. They are only a month apart.
Judah is in love with Bryce, he would just follow her around and try to play with each toy she was playing with or just stare at her if he got really close. Hanging out with other kids helps me teach Judah about "sharing".
The after picture of one of my living rooms.
Living room 2. I love that it looked like a "kid tornado" came through. Toys are really not that bad to pick up, especially since Judah fell right to sleep for his nap after his friends left. He was exhausted from all the fun he had.
When Judah got up from his nap I decided to take him on a walk. Last week I read about Mandy's Mom walk challenge. We didn't have that much time before Scott came home from work but I decided that's not going to stop us from getting some exercise. Plus Judah loves our walks.
We walked 2 miles in 34 mins. We did have plenty of "dog petting" stops along the way. When we leave for Virginia Beach tomorrow my plan is to take Judah on walks every single day.