My sweet friend, Molly, put on a race for the Tupelo Women's Club. Kala and Leslie and I loaded up to go support her. I have been walking but this was the first time I have done a 5k in a year. It was a lot of fun, and really just great to see and spend time with these great friends. I thought the weather would be different and I strolled Jett. It was cold, windy, and rainy, but Jett boy had a blast and went to sleep mile 2.
Jett loves to read. He knows where his books are and he knows which ones he wants to read. He knows the procedure. Get the book, hand it to the expected reader, turn around and back it up until he makes it into the readers' lap. Mr. Jimmy happened to be his reader of choice this night.
At the end of Spring Break we found our way over to Tupelo so that Cullen's mom could enjoy some quality time with Jett. It was a slightly dreary day for a stroll in the park, but Jett loved swinging, sliding, and watching the ducks. I of course was a nervous wreck to have him too close to the water. I know how strong he is, how fast he is, and how quickly he can wiggle away from someone holding him. He seemed to enjoy just being outside.
Jett loves to play on the church playground across the street from our house. But one day when we walked over we found it had been roped off for maintenance. He was a sad little boy, but luckily I had brought over his golf clubs.
He didn't really care for the clubs but loved the golf balls.
And while he didn't care about being his own caddy he did mistake them for a riding toy. Bless him.
We went to see my dad this morning. I haven't seen him since his last doctor's appointment and wanted to see how he was feeling.
Jett put on a show for him and did all of his little tricks. He talked the whole time just babbling.
When it came time to leave he found complete happiness in the gravel. He had more fun picking up the rocks throwing them and yelling uh oh.
They had a big time passing rocks back and forth between each other. Dad tried to send him home with some, but I know Jett, I know his strength and the first thing I would have heard was a crash through my window and an uh oh mid way home, after he threw some out the window. We left all the rocks at Pop's and said we could come back and visit.