What a fun-filled month October was! It started out with a visit from my Uncle Steven who came north solo to go on a trip with Pops. He did not come empty-handed, bringing with him a DVD called "The Gruffalo" which I enjoyed watching in between videos of "Toy Story." Moms recently DVR'd "Toy Story 3" and now I'm like an addict and that movie is a rock of crack cocaine, people. I LOVE WOODY AND BUZZ! I mean, L-O-V-E.
Anyway, here is a video of me not talking about "TS" but saying "hi" to my Pops and Uncle S.
Shaking out the newspaper like Grandpa
While Pops and Uncle S were off shooting at stuff, Granny and Grandpa came and stayed with me and Moms. Then the four of us headed to Sunriver where we met up with Auntie Feather & Uncle Bobbob along with Uncle Bobbob's family Mr. Dale, Miss Frances, Mr. Greg, Miss Renee, Adam and Nate. We arrived Friday. Pops & Uncle S arrived on Saturday night and the Moms, Pops, Uncle S & I went back to Portland. Grandpa brought his camera so enjoy these pictures from our trip to Sunriver!
Shhhhhhh....the baby is sleeping!
One of the cool toys my grandparents got me? A handtruck!!
Yeah, that's right, I said it:
I discovered Bunk Beds (& ladders) on this trip
Nate & I settle in to watch "Cars." Woody & Buzz are not in that movie.
Playing with Nate
Our parents said we did a good job sharing
I CAN ROLL MY TONGUE!
Uncle Bobbob, me & my iPad
I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles...
A while back, Pops got us matching shirts. Just the two of us. You can read about our shirt here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Wolf_Moon
Nothing makes me happier than wearing matching shirts with my Pops. We are a two-man wolf pack and we rock.
But he tries to stay in the house, which I don't get at all. This is the coolest thing E-V-E-R!
On Saturday, October 15, my parents and I went to a Pumpkin Patch. We invited our friends the Snow-Schroes. The Pumpkin Patch had a boat and a train, some cute animals, and a ride called the Centipede. Jack and I did it all, because we party like that.
I'm about 3 feet tall this year
Hunting for a Gruffalo
You guys got any pumpkins that weigh as much as a toddler?
I may be (almost) 3 months older, but Jack is just as tall as I am!
Mr. John & Jack--aren't they the cutest? (Well, 2d & 3d cutest...)
Choo Choo Train!
Vacuuming pumpkins with a vine....I really love vacuums!
SnowSchroes on a Boat
Are there life jackets on this thing?
Fresh water Shark!
You're gonna need a bigger boat
Centipede Ride: looks perfectly safe
Grandpa & I made a Tow Truck together!
I do most of the work....
For the first time ever in my two-and-a-half years, my parents went on vacation.
This was a tough concept for me, but I hear it was tougher on Moms.
Luckily, Granny & Grandpa were available to hang out with yours truly. We had a blast.
Watching Woody & Buzz with Buzz & Woody. So meta!
Jack-o-Lanterns! (are they any relation to my friend Jack?)
My teachers at school take lots of pictures. Here are some of Moms' faves from October, in no particular order...
I *LOVE* my own reflection!
Quinn, Rosie, my girl Hayden & me
Me & Hayden, dancing in the rain
Sweetpea Firemen (on Pajama Day...)
Talking to Granny & Grandpa...
Lady--I mean, DUDE--bug!
Every Sheriff needs a little R & R with the local chicks
Feed the Sheriff!
Trick-or-Treating among the classrooms
Halloween, aged 2-and-a-Half: guess who I wanted to be? Woody from Toy Story. Have I mentioned I'm a fan of the trilogy?
I hit a few of the neighborhood houses to say "Trick or Treat." Actually, I didn't really want to say that. But I did tip my hat at the last house and bid them a fond farewell with a, "So long, Pardner."