Thursday, May 28, 2009

A VISIT FROM THE LITTLE MAN!


TW spent the day with me on Saturday so that mom, Sarah, could visit with her friend who has a new baby.


We had a great time. I made him breakfast and found out he loves sausage and had two along with applesauce, biscuits, sorghum and milk. He will not eat eggs! When he does not like or want something, he just says "no" and hands it back to you or pushes it away.




We played outside with his wagon. This time he wanted to pull the wagon all around the yard and not ride in it. Nana had bought a couple water guns and he thought that was great fun but had trouble reaching the trigger on the gun.


He is still not quite tall enough to open the patio door by himself but he never fails to try!








Nana's shoes are still too big!











He absolutely loves that Disney movie, "Cars" and we watched that along with an Elmo movie.

TW is really into his cars and trucks now and plays with them constantly. He will be two on June 6, and I plan to make him a birthday cake and put the little cars from the movie on it.

Nap time lasted over two hours but he is used to taking a nap at daycare.



He is always glad to see Mommy return and blows me kisses when they are leaving. We had a great visit and a great day. He will be back on June 6 to spend the night with me on his birthday.
That look in the picture on the left just melts Nana's heart!

25 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Know it was a fun day for both you and TW! I know you look forward to his visits, you can sense the fun in the posts you write about his visits. Glad you had fun!!

ladytxn said...

what a precious little boy! I, too, am "Nana" to my granddaughter who is almost 8. I enjoy your blog very much.

Ugich Konitari said...

Judy,
I always enjoy reading about TW's visits to you. He seems to be a terrific little boy, with a terrific grandma ....

bobbie said...

Oh yes - that is definitely a heart-melting look!

bobbie said...

Oh yes - that is definitely a heart-melting look!

Beth said...

Oh my goodness, Judy...TW just gets cuter and cuter. And he's growing up so fast! It won't be long before he figures out how to open that door and then he'll really keep you on your toes! :-) And I can definitely see why that look in the last picture melts your heart. So sweet, yet playful at the same time. I always look forward to your TW posts!

Joanna Jenkins said...

He has the sweetest face ever-- And he takes 2 ours naps. You are one lucky Nana! Thanks for sharing.

Linda said...

Such wonderful memories. They grow up so fast. Get all the good experiences you can. They go through times when you love them but you don't like them. Enjoy the good times, and hang with them during the bad times.

WELCOME TO MY WORLD OF POETRY: said...

Pleased you had a fun day, I adore spending time with my grandchildren.
Take care.

Yvonne.

Grannyann said...

He sure is getting big. Such a really cute little boy!

Ms Bubblefish said...

I'm not a Nana yet (kids have told me not to hold my breath!), but I love the evident joy you had in this little one's visit.
My former work colleagues are rapidly reproducing at the moment and as few of their grandparents live in town, I get to be a surrogate grannie. that's not bad either.

Balisha said...

Judy...He's such a cutie. Look at those little legs with your shoes on.I can just imagine the fun you two have. I'll bet Grandma is tired, when he goes home though.

Grammy said...

What a pleasure to get to visit with your grandson. He definitely is a heaet breaker with those big eyes and sweet smile! I envy you getting to spend time with him. I'll bet he will be a real cutie to the girls when he gets older!
I am so glad you get to spend time with him. Thanks for all the positive comments you leave on my blog. I really appreciate them.
Love,
Ruby

Amber Star said...

He is such a little darlin'! I swear he has grown even more since the last time you posted his picture. It is sweet time spent with grands. :)

anewwayoflife08 said...

I wish I had grandchildren

Lilly said...

He is the most adorable boy, just a gorgeous face. Does he look like his Dad? What special memories you are creating for him. I think all of us would remember with great fondness our grandparents. Its a special relationship. I cant wait but will be waiting a while I think. I will just have to live vicariously through your blog and get to see what your grandson and you are up to. Cannot wait to see the cake.

One Woman's Journey said...

Judy, I can see the smile on your face. He is a beautiful little boy.
Enjoy him as time goes by so fast.
Fondly, Ernestine

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Judy, What a cutie pie... Looks like he had a great time at Grandma's house.

Love him trying to wear your shoes!!!!

We got home this evening and had a wonderful couple of days in the North Carolina mountains.

Hugs,
Betsy

Femin Susan said...

What a cuuuutie.......

Jeannie said...

Oh, look at him in those shoes. How cute!!

Leigh said...

He is so, so cute!! He had a blast yesterday at the Arboretum. He ran and played. He is such a sweet boy!

Love you Mom,

Leigh

grammyof13 said...

Aren't we having a time? In fact the time of our lives. These grandkids just turn me on and cause age confusion. Love the antics and pictures of TW - keep them coming.

Jamie Dawn said...

TW is a precious gift! I hope you will share pics from his birthday. I'd love to see his Cars cake. He just LOVE it!
He is so adorable.

Clara....in TN said...

He is precious. I've had my two here with me all week. I have to take them home tomorrow. They do not want to go.

Margaret Cloud said...

Don't you just love the grandkids. He is so cute and glad he does not give you a hard time.