...Ok after treating a bloody nose, with some wipes and some love, he's doing much better. Apparently he didn't crawl into the empty hot tub, next to daddy, in the right fashion and ended up going in head first! Our poor little guy all dirtied up from a walk with a nose all bloody :( At least he had a great walk. I saw them climb up the hill on the other side of the property as I had sat out on the porch, and he was grinning away squealing and waving!
Now Scotts having a good 'ol time talking with his mom and dad for his weekly Sunday call. I always love listening in in the background when he is close by talking and hearing all he has to say to them and them to him. I never have to much to input, but I love the unity of family calls. George also loves to say hi as well and is getting great at saying "hi" on the phone with the vocational prompted "I love you!". His communication skills are really picking up and Scott is dreading the day he'll talk up a storm, to never again regress to babbling! ^-^
Earlier today I was blessed to give the lesson in Relief Society and it went well! I was quite a bit nervous, but was happy it went well and everyone told me it was wonderful, so I guess I must have done allright! George did awesome in Nursery but did once again go all the way up to the podium again, to my embarrassment. We've paired up sitting with a friend with her two darling grandkids and that's helped a lot, but we're both still battling against constant mutiny! Her grandkids are twins George's age (three months older), so we're reigning in three toddlers, which is a bit of work. We've claimed the back row, but there's only so much that that helps with! It is so awesome to have her twins there because they're such good playmates with George and are little Sweethearts.
After church we had our monthly potluck, and as usual, the food was incredible! George had so much fun with the twins and our good friends daughter who is the same age. You know what that means, four toddlers screaming and running down the halls giggling! They had so much fun. Unfortunately, since its October, candy was served, and these poor little tykes had small pipkins filled with candy corns and quickly got sugar overload. George was not happy on the way home, but the time happy he spent at church made me grin and filled my heart.