Colt also said a new word this weekend - "Tuh-kah!" (Tucker.) He LOVES Tucker. So, that exceeded our prayers! :)
Colt got to ride on Uncle Jody's tractor. :)
We got some serious house cleaning in this weekend too. I spent all day over there on Sunday, and Ryan joined me in the evening when he got off of work. Summer is here, Ryan has worked the past 9 days straight! That doesn't make for much productivity on the house. However, we managed this weekend. We rented a heavy-duty carpet cleaner from Home Depot and I cleaned my guts out. That sucker is HEAVY. Anyway, the carpet looks amazing. Late that night, Ryan cleaned the carpet in the finished basement, so not much left to do! We also got the house painted and it looks great. I am in love with the living room/hallway/stairway/kitchen/dining room color. The two upstairs bathrooms are supposed to be gray and I am not going to lie, they're looking a bit lavender. Ha. Maybe once we get some stuff in there, they will look more gray. I hope. :) I also finished painting our bedroom furniture. It is painted a very light gray with a coral "accent piece" bedside table. I am waiting to see how I like it once everything is in there. It may be repainted. ;) We are hoping to be able to start moving this week. I am full of excitement and dread at the same time. Bah.
I love this color!
Colt's room is finished! I can't wait to get his furniture in here!
Also, one major thing is about to happen for Colt! (Bear with me, I am a sloppy, anxious mess.) Next week, a week from today, he starts a Mother's Day Out program at a church in East Ridge. It is two days a week, half a day, but it will be the first time he's been away from someone in our family. I mean, he stays in the nursery and stuff at church, but someone in our family is always in the building, you know? I know he will do fine and he'll probably love it, but I am so nervous. I think it will be a good "warm-up" for when he starts preschool in late October. He needs the structure and the rules and the interaction with the other kids. So. Pray for me. I am a mess.