After a week of having the full attention of Grandma Pam and Grandpa Al, Evan had made himself at home in Watertown. Evan continued to improve his ball handling skills with Grandpa and Grandma taught him how to patty-cake.
Evan and Jaden enjoyed each other’s company in their new backyard pool. For all of those hot-hot days, it was nice for them to cool off in the afternoons splashing each other. Evan warmed up to the pooltime fun, while Jaden learned early on how to escape to pick grass instead of swim!
The 4th of July was celebrated in Watertown and the boys sat very well for the parade- considering it was right during naptime. However, the clowns and loud sirens scared Jaden. He puts on a tough look, but truly, he is Mr. Sensitive. Great-Aunt Bondell came to celebrate the 4th and play with the boys.
Jaden earned his name- The Destroyer- after not only knocking down block towers, but taking apart the bottom of the refrigerator---over and over again.
Aunt Laurie took off two weekends from her marathon running to spoil the boys! She was always waiting in the morning for a baby to wake up! Come to think of it, I think she was the one in charge at the time the picture above was taken!
The boys had a great time in Watertown with Grandma and Grandpa and enjoyed their mornings at the farm as well!