Day 19: 1/19
My sweet Godson was sick on Monday. Luckily I had the day off for MLK day and got to snuggle up with him while his mom and dad worked. He is they very sweetest.
Day 20: 1/20
Zilla spent the evening with grandpa and grandma and we got this text part way through the night. He loves the bicycle
Day 21: 1/21
Day 22: 1/22
Anniversary dinner part 2 at Steve Fields! Free cake!
Day 23: 1/23
Reesearoo and family had been out of town for part of the week so it was a sweet reunion on Friday! Zilla asked to go see her at least 3 times while they were gone.
Day 24: 1/14
This kid LOVES the guitar momma and dada got him for his birthday. We just couldn't wait to give it to him. Also, we needed him to stop playing with dada's guitar.
Day 25: 1/25
Okay, three pics today and I might get on my happy soapbox for a minute. We checked out a new park in Carrollton that was amazing! It was built with kids of all abilities in mind (aka accessible!) and included multiple accessible swings, ramps along the play area, large open play structures, and an accessible merry go round. Not to mention sound and sensory components too. I just cannot tell you how happy it makes me to see cities designing new parks with all kids in mind! And not just because of what we have experienced with Zilla (he can access pretty much any park since his limitations are so minor), but because I want Zilla to grow up playing in parks where children who do and don't use wheelchairs or have other needs for accessibility can be playing right there next to him. Because ultimately, they're all kids and the fewer barriers there are to participation the more everyone's differences can be celebrated and not isolated!
Also, look at the size of those slides! These were seriously fun!
And finally, Zilla and dada sharing a hug <3