November was a pretty mellow month. Moms had some surgery to end October, so I spent tons of time with Granny and Grandpa...as well as my Dad, of course!
Lately when I've spent the night at Granny & Grandpa's, Grandpa and I make a truck out of kits that he buys. I impress them with my patience and helpfulness, but I just want to be as unobtrusive as possible so I can start playing with my NEW TOYS!
One of the truck kits
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED: Garbage Truck!
How's it goin' over there, old man?
Day Two = Tow Truck
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED: the Sequel
Saying "Hi" to Mommy while she Recuperated
Gram came for a visit in mid-November, too. She wanted to check in on all of us. It was great, I got new "Toy Story" shoes that light up & some cool "Toy Story" Christmas Pajamas that I wore to school on pajama day!
She also helped get us ready for our December trip to Hawaii, buying things Moms stashed away for the plane ride. That Moms: she's smart at hiding things for later use...
My shades for Maui, courtesy of Gram
This Grover is from when my Moms was little; I found it at Granny and Grandpa's and have made it my own. LOVES!
Dance Party on Moms' Bed! Laughter is the Best Medicine...
Granny & Grandpa went to Hawaii before Moms, Auntie Feather and I went. That meant Thanksgiving was nice and mellow at our house. Auntie Feather and Uncle Bobbob came over. We ordered dinner from a local restaurant. Everything was great (except the undercooked turkey....grrrrrrrr....). Moms also got some DELICIOUS pies from a bakery here in town. All in all, it was a fun day of football and food. Does it get any better than that?
2 Man Wolfpack: November Edition
Auntie Feather and I found my old costume...
I have to admit, this fits a little differently two years later...
Uncle Bobbob & I enjoying our electronics and respecting each others' personal space. He's awesome.
The Saturday after Thanksgiving, we went to Jantzen Beach. Our primary purpose was to enjoy the Merry-Go-Round, but there are other really cool things to do there....specifically, playing in the toy cars / ice cream truck / bulldozers / etc.
As luck would have it, there is also some major construction going on there so I got to see some cranes, tractors, bulldozers and so on. Which I loved of course.
Later that night, it was dinner with the Howitt Family. Mr. David is hilarious, Miss Heather is the nicest, and Sawyer & Haley are super-cool. We always have fun when we see them...