We got into town around 4 pm Thursday, and her graduation was at 7. We went strong until 11 pm that night, and Charlie was fantastic. We were all shocked he sat quietly through the ceremony, and slept at Apple Bee's during our celebratory dinner. He could not have been better! So glad we got to be there for that special time!
Hand over your heart for the Pledge, everyone.
Friday was pretty chill all day.
First, a stop at Meijer to visit the graduate while she worked. I do miss Meijer! Picked up some baby clothes.
Hugo and Charlie swapped toys and baby spit. It's really hard to get a good picture of two moving babies.
Charlie has a new fascination with seeing himself in the camera of my phone. Sometimes I take pictures.
Saturday morning started off with taking this little guy to breakfast, so everyone could sleep in a quiet house. Just me, Charlie, and a side of Sophie for breakfast.
Sometimes, trunk diaper changes are necessary when you're on the go.
Lots of balloons and parties on Saturday.
Charlie was seriously a trooper while we hauled him ALL over the place. Everyone kept commenting on what a great baby he is. He is much happier when we're on the go, than when we sit at home. No one believes me. Haha.
Sunday, we decided to take a little day trip up to Grand Rapids to go to the Gerald Ford Presidential Museum. Josh and I are nerds and love museums. My dad loves history, so he was totally up for it. It was a great museum, though kind of small. I did not know much about President Ford, and it was quite interesting!
Brittney found an awesome hot dog place on the way, called Yesterdog. We had some phone booth fun while we waited on our hot dogs!