Here we are again, folks, at the Digital Camera Dump!
1. We visited The Children's Museum of Greenville for the first time a few weeks ago, and it was certainly a very well put together facility. Now, I understand that my 8 and half month old could absolutely not appreciate all it had to give, but I was there with my sis and her kiddos. She is a nanny for a 6 month old and a 3 year old, whom immensely enjoyed the museum. Lael figured while she was there, she might as well get her hands
2. And since we spend a considerable amount of time with Megan and her little ones, we all decided to make some brownies to take to the Greenville fire department down the street. They were super nice to us and let us take lots of pictures. But maybe that was because we brought them brownies. Or maybe that's just how they are and they'll take pictures with anyone. Who knows?
This guy was out-of-the-park enthusiastic about his job. Good to know.
3. Last week Uncle Mike came to Greenville and it was his birthday! These two haven't seen each other since Christmas.
4. We went to Liberty's with Abbey, Dan and Meredith. Meredith is a super-nanny. Literally. She's my hero. She was visiting from St. Simon's Island for the weekend for a much needed break from her reality as a full-time nanny for a family of 4 children.
5. This past Saturday night we went to Lexington to celebrate the marriage of the Chandler's. Stephanie, one of my childhood friends, and Thomas actually got married a year ago, but had a very small ceremony and then immediately moved to Oregon. They were able to come back to the south for a much anticipated partay. :)
It was like a mini high school reunion. It's been 9 years since we graduated from high school together. NINE YEARS, PEOPLE. Everyone's the same though. I love that.
Kelli (one of the only other Kelli's I know who spells her name with an "i".) was there with her little pumpkin, Jack. Lael and Jack were born about a week apart and have been meaning to get together since November. However, they could never work it into their busy schedules. Finally, the two meet.
Tune in next time.