Wednesday, October 28, 2009

The Three Little Bears

The three little bears go to Oak Glen.

We decided to show Titus all the great things about Fall. Oak Glen has got to be the most iconic place to celebrate Fall if you live in the Riverside/ San Bernardino county areas. Titus also became a fan of this place.

Titus had his bear jacket on and we made sure he got to hang out with all the bears that happened to be there.

We went to the petting zoo. There was a whole group of piglets. These piglets were so cute I couldn't believe it. I let them sniff my fingers. Their noses felt like little dirty suction cups.

What adorable little pig faces. I love their eyelashes.

As much a I love piglets... they don't stay piglets. They get big and fat and scary. I was glad these pigs were asleep. There was no fence between these pigs and us. If they were awake, I'm not sure if I would have been in that area. Someone's feeding these pigs too much corn!!

Another precious moment was seeing these little baby goats. Mmmmm. Sweet little snugglers.

Here is our own little bear with the pumpkins and hay. The cutest bear I've ever seen.

They are just very cautious of any bear at Oak Glen.

Papa bear and baby bear.

We stopped by the restaurant for an apple dumpling and hot cider. That's one big dumpling!! It's pretty much a whole peeled and cored apple filled with spices and baked in pastry dough. Tastey.

We took care of it.

Monday, October 26, 2009

How can you say no to...

How can you say no to this double chin? Seriously. It's precious.

And if just his second chin is this cute... His eyes and cheeks have got to be even cuter. Yep. They pretty much are.

I'm not even going to mention his smile, his hair styles, his laugh, his squishy belly, and his butt cheeks. I will not expand on those incredibly cute topics.

I think it's obvious by the cuteness of just his chin that you can't ever be mad at a little face like this. It's impossible.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Project in the Third Bedroom!

Justin and I have a third bedroom. It looks like this.

Another angle.

So, we have an excuse. We moved into our house 2 weeks before Titus came. If our house was going to look functional and clean at all we would have to put everything that didn't have a place yet in this room. It has been a lifesaver these past few months, but now it's time to move on. Justin needs an office and I need to find a few things that are currently "Lost". I think I'm going to have to start out little by little. I'm still learning how to accomplish household goals with Titus and his needs and all.

There are a few things I'm hoping to find in this room. I have a cork bulletin board and some pretty beach towels that I haven't seen since the move in January 2009. Also, most importantly, I can't find our Canon Rebel camera and it's power cord. That has been the most disappointing thing to not have. I am a picture person and I can't even take quality pictures of our own adorable kid.

My goal is to find my lost items and make that room cozy and organized for my husband. I'll let you know when it's done. Hopefully soon.

Friday, October 23, 2009

The Point and Shoot Shoot

This weekend we went to the wedding of Hilary and Josh Dildine. Hilary is our sister-in-law's sister. The wedding was completely adorable. It had a very vintage feeling. I loved discovering all their great ideas for this very wildflower wedding. Many things were handmade and the atmosphere reminded me of the sweet wedding in the movie The Village... minus the dancing scenes. It also had a couple of thrills. One of the bridesmaids passed out in the heat. Soon after followed a couple Ranger vehicles, Fire truck and Ambulance all arriving during the vows. Memorable.

Justin's brother, Cambry, got to have some bonding time with his nephew. What a cute picture. Also, notice the lapel flower. These are handmade yarn flowers made by Hilary. What a great idea, huh?

Uncle Cambry and Aunt Heather with the baby. This was right before her Maid of Honor speech... Which she Nailed.

These are the collection of wildflowers in mason jars from all the tables. Gorgeous.

Look at this sweet cake. It is Precious. The quilt in the background is handmade by her grandmother.

Our awesome friends Rob and Leah working hard on getting those amazing shots. They are truly talented and their pictures blow me away! They are true artists with the camera. They took our wedding photos too. Love these guys. Leah's photo blog speaks for itself.

So, Now it's my turn for a Point 'n Shoot Shoot. My Canon PowerShot is not too shabby. I usually get some pretty good shots with it. The wedding was at Paramount Ranch which is used for filming movies and TV. There were so many cool backgrounds to take pictures of. I decided to do an impromptu shoot with my boys.

Father and son. They love the dressy casual look... Jeans and a button down.

Justin looking cute as always.

He's a nice Sheriff.

Under a big Oak Tree.

Look at his cute Cabbage Patch smile. Titus seems to be very aware of cameras and frequently looks directly at the lens for a good shot. Thanks baby, you make it easy for mom.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Catch Up With Titus

Here are pictures of Titus over the past month. I haven't updated frequently enough so I will catch you up and hope to post more often so you can be updated in live time.

This pic shows Titus' sweet face

At D land

Me and my boy
T's first Angel's game

Having fun with dad at the game

Grandma Ce Ce hanging out with T

Love this funny expression

Love his smiles

Snugging with his cousin Caleb

Out in the yard with Grandmar

So, There is a quick picture update. Titus is in his 2nd month of life outside the womb. He is doing very well and is such a joy to Justin and I.