Friday, September 15, 2006

A Week's Worth of Pictures


We had a busy week around here and each time we headed out on a picture worthy excursion I left the camera behind. Nonetheless here are a few shots from our mid week. On Wednesday it rained ALL day. I really don’t think it stopped for more than 5 minutes. Unfortunately Carver was scheduled to begin soccer on Wednesday. He wore his soccer t-shirt all day in hopes that it would dry up. No such luck. G was out of town for the day and by late afternoon we were all coming unglued. I let Carver get in Springer’s crib for a while and that seemed to do the trick. They jumped and wrestled and head butted one another (that would be at Springer’s initiation-she thinks it’s the funniest thing although I know it must hurt!). After the fun wore off we headed off to our favorite pizza spot for dinner. Carver insisted on bringing the camera along to “take pictures of the city”. I have included the shot of Fuel Pizza taken from the car. Needless to say we were all thankful for bed time at the end of a very long day!

On a completely different note Carver has begun noticing that I pronounce some words differently. For example most words that have a strong “I” ending come out softer and with an “ah” sound. When I read to him he cracks up whenever I say “Ah” for “I” or “mah” for “my”. I finally told him, “Carver, Mama is from Georgia and that’s how we say it there!” Well yesterday he caught me yet again saying “mah room”. He laughed and laughed but then composed himself and said, “That’s ok mommy, that’s just how you say it in Columbus, right?” So from me and Carver, “good bah” and “good bye”!

2 comments:

Micah said...

Obviously we need to get Carver into Dinglewood for a scramble dog as soon as possible. He'll be talking like the rest of God's chosen people in no time! Great pictures of them in Springer's crib...her hair is getting longer.

The Hiatt Family said...

I KNOW! This whole situation's left me feeling like I'm raising my child in Maine or something. Crazy boy! We ARE a southern state, you know?!