After Baby Bookworms we went to the Niceville Children's Park with Claire and her mom. Here are some pictures of our fun.
Allie was there, too!I love this picture. Getting situated on the slide is hard work, you know. The tongue gives it away.
Elizabeth is starting to develop a bit of a personality. She is cooing and smiling a lot more these days. She's started noticing and grabbing at things, too. Here she is playing (well, happily laying) on her playmat this morning.
I love how you can hear Jack rambling in the background, and I promise he is not normally that unintelligable. Let me attempt to translate:
"Ibuuuirtunnaall." = I built a tunnel.
"Ibuuuirchoochoopurpurtunnaall." = I built a purple train tunnel. (But, he lost even me on that one, so who knows.)
"Ewpuuchoochoonit." = Oooh, I put a train in it.
"Dat baby." = That's baby.
Jack recently learned to say his last name and it is super cute to hear his version of his full name. (He will even throw in the Robert on occasion.) Because we were talking about names, Kevin taught Jack our first names. It was cute at first that he could say Kevin and Kate, but it is weird when your two year-old says "Tate, T'mon, Jack room, pay choo-choo!" when he wants to play with his trains. I have been telling Jack, "You call me 'mama'" to which Jack once replied, "O'tay Tate."
Luckily, he's returned to calling us mama and dada (although, he's been calling Kevin "daddy" a lot), but he still has a very cute answer when we ask our names. Check it out: