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Stand in the Place Where You Live

Trent progressed from rare to frequent pull to stands this week. He's also starting to do some cruising. Mommy laughed this morning because she said it was the first time she checked Trent on his video monitor and saw feet. He wants to be on the go at all times.

Mommy and Daddy have been spending a lot of time with the renovation going on in our attic. We keep going to Home Depot and Lowe's. They keep talking about boring house stuff during dinner and car rides. I get their attention back by yelling "Daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy..."

We went to Outback yesterday. I needed to go pee so Mommy took me. I asked her to aim for me and after I was done I asked if that was enough to put out a fire. Mommy thought that was pretty funny. Daddy and Mommy taught me what an "Austin Power's pee" is.  Mommy showed me the video chip on YouTube.

Today we went to Will and Ellie's 2nd birthday party. I enjoyed eating a hamburger, cake, and gummy worms. The worms were the best!


Good morning!


Happy birthday Will and Ellie!


Enjoying the water table at the party.

/Alden

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