We have been very busy to say the least. Going here and there. Fighting ear infections. Cutting teeth. Trying to crawl. And the list goes on and on.
Here are a few pictures to recap our last month and catch you up!
Florida vs. Auburn game
October 15, 2011
The Alpha Chi Girls
Leigh, Christina, Amy, Brittany, and Me
Toomers Corner... it looks really sad
We rented a house with some friends, Elizabeth and Grant, my dad and brother joined us too. So we went up early for some shopping on College Street and a good look at Toomers.
At the game! War Eagle!
With Halloween coming up, I thought I would take John Turner to the Pumpkin Patch at a church by our house. One day after school, we rode the few blocks to the church. There were several other kids having fun playing in the pumpkins. John Turner's fun lasted about 1.2 seconds. I got a few good pictures with the orange pumpkins...
But then we moved down to the white pumpkins... I guess they were scary! Maybe it's because they were giant pumpkins! Hopefully next year we will get some better shots!
Then Gunter and I headed back to the Plains for the Ole Miss vs. Auburn game. We got to meet up with some good friends!
October 29th, 2011
Finally, Halloween was here! John Turner was the cutest little Auburn tiger! Our friends, the Hewitts, came over to "trick-or-treat" with us. Eli was Elmo!
We trick-or-treated to the neighbors on each side and the neighbor across the street. It was a blast! Then we headed over the NanNan's house (Gunter's grandmother) for her annual Taco night.
The beginning of November marks peanut harvesting season here in Lower Alabama. That means one thing- The Peanut Festival. We took John Turner out to the fairgrounds the first weekend of the fair. The weather was sunny and warm. We strolled John Turner around and ate a corn dog! Yum! Yum!
Finally, John Turner turned 7 months on November 13th. He is a little roly-poly! And trying very, very hard to crawl. Just in time for Christmas! I have a feeling he is going to be going after the tree...
Next post... John Turner's first Auburn game!
Glad to be back!