Wyatt got some spiffy new church clothes and then this happened: Social media vs. real life. He smiled for two seconds for me to snap a "good" picture. And this was two seconds after mama and daddy got here because he wanted breakfast and I wouldn't let him get something walking out the door because he wouldn't eat at 8:00 when I told him to.
He did end up smiling for a picture at church with his Pop.
Georgia’s birth announcement finally made it into the local paper.
Miss Priss got her ears pierced. Mama had to go with me for moral support but it actually wasn’t any worse than getting her immunizations done.
Wyatt was also a local star. He caught a huge fish and made it on the front page and the inside of the Wiregrass Farmer.
I used my Staples rewards and scored a ton of school supplies for our supply drive.
We have been visiting the cows and feeding them range pellets to get them used to us. Georgia doesn’t seem impressed with them but she really liked them in person.
We finished harvesting the gourds from the garden. I can’t wait until I can start decorating with them.
Amanda had Wyatt at her house and he bounced his way into the side of the “tramper-lean” as Wy calls it. She had to Snapchat me this cute picture where the filter makes a frowny face.
Georgia and her friend Landree (only one month apart!) got to hang out for a bit too.
One of my nearest and dearest friends Katy made Georgia this adorable onesie. It has her name on the front and her monogram on the bottom in the thinnest, fanciest glitter script!