I've been having lots of fun.
I think it's because mom and dad think I'm big enough to do "Big Kid" things. Plus the doctor said that at 2 months my immune system is stronger. (I feel pretty strong, I think my guns are shaping well.)
I've had a lot of "first time adventures" this past week.
It started off with the mall. I went with mom. It was pretty boring, so I slept the whole time.
Next, I went to the movies. I saw Bedtime Stories. Mom and dad said it was really good, but I'll have to see it again because I accidently slept through it.
My next adventure was a walk. It was such a beautiful spring day, so dad came home early from work and we all went for a walk. It was the first time I had been in the sun for longer than a minute. The sun felt so warm and comforting that I... can you guess?... feel asleep.
On Sunday I went to church for the first time. It was Stake Conference so it was in the Provo Tabernacle and I got to go with Uncle Blake. The music was so peaceful, it put me right to sleep. (But at least I wasn't alone. There were plenty others, and just not kids, snoring along with me.)
I went to the park for the very first time. I went with Uncle Nick and Aunt Ashley. I was so excited, but on the way to the park...I feel asleep in my car seat. I wanted so badly to wake-up and have fun, but I was so tired.
I didn't even wake-up when Uncle Nick took me down the slide!
Dad had a basketball game last week so I got to go and watch. It was my very first basketball game (besides the ones I've seen on TV, which I've been watching since day 2 of my life). I had lots of fun and it was the only adventure that I didn't fall asleep for! Which proves mom's theory of me liking basketball better than golf (but I haven't been golfing yet - grandpa when is our tee time?)
All-in-all I had a good week, I like doing "Big Kid" things. Maybe when I'm a little older I'll stay awake and actually enjoy them.