A week ago, Asher made his debut at church (but only for sacrament). He looked quite cute and did quite well--he slept in his car seat the entire time.
Shout out to Lynnie for the cute tie onesie :)
Buddy also looked quite cute.
Ryan and I eyed this jacket at Children's Place forever before it finally went on super clearance this summer($5 woot woot!). We found the hat in a clearance bin ($1!!) at a Children's Place in California a few months later, which just sweetened the outfit. And, random side note, Reed's clothes are sized as follows: pants--12 months, shirt and jacket--24 months, hat 4T. He has such tiny legs and such a giant noggin--luckily he doesn't look as out of proportion as he is!
Later, we decided to go on a Sunday drive. We ended up going through Paragonah on a dirt road and found a beautiful reservoir. There happened to be a group of about seven or eight deer hanging out there (look closely):
Buddy was distraught that we wouldn't let him play in the freezing cold water:
But at least he calmed down when Ryan took him on a walk to be closer to the deer.
Ryan climbed a little hill and got a better view than Reed and I did (you can see Reed and I by the reservoir if you look closely):
He also got to see this:
As we drove away, the sun started setting, so we pulled over to take this:
About fifteen minutes later, the sunset got really pretty, so we stopped again:
On the way home, Reed got a little grumpy--and the only thing that keeps him happy when he is grumpy in the car is having Ryan and I sing songs. Then Reed started requesting songs we didn't know; but luckily Ryan is great at improv lyrics. One of my favorites was his jellyfish song: I am a jellyfish, I'm so gelatinous, I sting you and it hurts until you pee on me! He sang the jellyfish song in a very interesting accent--he sounded like Louis Armstrong trying to do a Lumiere (from Beauty and the Beast) voice. Classy, I know.