We ate a fun little pizza joint that was actually right next to Sticky Fingers. Camden once again had fun coloring. His new obsessionlovie is this blue shovel. He calls it wooby. I have no idea why. We accidentally left in Lupi's and he had a full on melt down before we even made it to the car.
Still happy with his shovel and crayons. He started getting fussy & they brought us shredded cheese in a cup for him! He ate 3 of them before the pizza came, then ate 2 pieces of pizza!
The place had a lot of character and the staff was super friendly.
Camden acted like a wild man the entire time we were in the hotel. He learned how to climb out of the pack n play and would not stay in it. He ran around and climbed on everything. He went in and out of the bathroom 100 times. He threw things in the toilet. Most of this was at night when he was supposed to be sleeping! Not sure if we will be traveling with him again anytime soon. Ha! Here he is cheesing for the camera.
And playing with Grandpa's shoes. He also tried to walk in them.
He was crazy and wild and fun, but quite a handful!
The first night we were in town, we headed straight for Sticky Fingers. It is an awesome BBQ joint right downtown. After I chased Camden through the entire restaurant, we got him confined to a high chair. He loves to color so he was in heaven!
He likes to give us the crayons then take them away if we start coloring with them.
He also likes to line up the crayons just so. We drew pictures of shapes and he named them for us. His favorite shape is octagon. It's fun to say!
I think this picture is funny because I don't know what either one of those bozos were doing!
When our food arrived, this kid chowed down!
He had sticky fingers, sticky arms & a sticky face!
Camden loves to dip his food so he was in love with the 8 bottles of BBQ sauce on the table! He tried them all except the 2 really hot ones.
A satisfied Sticky Fingers customer! Oh, and Dad & I loved it, too!
Camden is learning his letters. He has two different letter DVDs that he watches almost daily and I just broke out this letter fridge magnets for him. I was pretty surprised that he already knew the I & O! He didn't do it in these videos, but before I started filming he showed me the I over and over again. These aren't that exciting if you're not family, so don't feel obligated to watch. Be sure to turn down your volume, too!
I am the mom of two incredible children: Camden Bradley, our beautiful little boy, and Carsyn Sabrina, our precious angel in heaven.
Camden was born on Aug. 12, 2008. He is a healthy little boy and we are so blessed to have him here with us.
Our first child, Carsyn, was born on Dec. 13, 2006, at 34 weeks. She passed away two days later from birth defects due to Trisomy 18. She is our angel in heaven, watching over her little brother.
Thanks to everyone who donated, supported and attended these events! The final total was a whopping $140,517 donated, that will go to Huntsville Hospital's NICU! That's awesome! The money will be used to purchase life-saving equipment like the state of the art Giraffe Omni beds. It also goes toward memory boxes for those unfortunate parents who do not get to take their babies home. Often, this box contains the only mementos they will ever have of their precious children. Thanks again for your support!