This is Braden when I stayed with him a week or two ago. I gave him his bath, then dressed him in the green outfit since I had not seen him in green. And his onesie said, "Daddy's Caddy" which I thought was cute.
Tamara came to CC with Abby to have her hair cut. They and Paige ate out at noon and spent the afternoon which I was really jealous about. When Braden was awake, I told Tam and Abby that he was starting to smile. Then my mom saw him on Saturday morning and said the same thing, so I was not crazy. I know it looks kind of ridiculous with me holding the car seat, but we had forgotten to take a picture of his first trip to Clay Center, and he was already buckled in and we weren't about to take him out for a picture. (Yes, I got my hair cut. I think I like it.)
Some of you might be wondering about the Walking Tacos. We had a great day and raised over $300 which will help pay for our national and state dues as well as our t-shirts. The kids did were diligent but I forgot to take a picture of the group until just before the parade and I only had one around. I sent the others, and eventuall her, to watch. I was just happy to sit. The weather went from cold and almost sprinkling to hot. One of our member shouted for about two hours, "Walking tacos, come get a walking taco. Help support FCCLA." I figured the Celebrate Recovery booth beside us was about ready to scream or return to an old habit, but they were great and very understanding of our middle schoolers.