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Tonight our ward put on a Halloween carnival. It was so much fun! Ayden is definitely getting to the fun stage of being so fun at events like this. Here's proof :
eating a doughnut off a stick
Bean bag toss
There was a trunk or treat there too. We went around for a few mins., but it was too dark to get pics. I probably will get some tomorrow when we go around trick or treating. I may be biased, but I think he's the worlds cutest penguin. I'll get better pics of both kids in their halloween costume tomorrow.
Little background here... My granddad has worn suspenders as long as I can remember. You can't think of Granddad and not picture him in suspenders type deal. The two just go together. Anyway~ as many of you know, we have THE hardest time finding pants that fit Ayden. The boy is just skinny skinny!! Skinny 6-9 month pants is what fit on him. He'd still struggle keeping the pants on sometimes though. Well, last night we went to go see my Granddad. He told us he sent my aunt and uncle on a mission to find Ayden some suspenders! lol
Ayden loves them and they worked perfectly for him! Now to pack up the high-water pants and pull out the ones that fit length wise!!!
Little Ms. Bree is becoming more and more mobile...
She definitely is keeping us on our toes with how much she likes to move and try to keep up with her brother. It's fun! Definitely makes it hard with her IV and feeding tube. So my ingenious husband made a bowl that can go around with Breeann.
Not the greatest video of it, but hopefully it gives you all a idea of how amazing Jared is!!!
We're trying to teach Breeann how to walk. She's definitely not a risk taker. However, she's doing pretty well I think. I'm hoping, thinking we can have her walking full time around Christmas-ish... assuming she cooperates and stays out of the hospital long enough :oP