We are really excited around our house because Uncle Taylor has graduated from UGA!!! We didn't get to spend as much time as we would like with him because he was in a wedding this weekend which took up all of his time. However, Thursday, he rode to Winder with Lucas, GiGi, and me and hung out with our family there while I got my haircut. Since we still had some time left over, Lucas was able to get his hair cut too. Lisa does such a good job on his hair, even when he is screaming!
Friday we hung out around the house where Lucas discovered it is a lot more fun to drink water out of a big water bottle!
Then, Friday night we went up to Ben's parents house to see some out-of-town friends that were staying there; but, they didn't get in until late so we ended up missing them anyway. We did have a great dinner and Lucas had a blast running around the house chasing the kittens, stealing Pop's hats and playing with bubbles. As always, the Wheeler's house looked amazing with all the Christmas decorations out.
Saturday while we were out buying more Christmas gifts, we happened to run into Pop-Pop and Grandmama at the mall. They hadn't seen him in awhile so they took him for about 30 minutes and rode the train around. We then headed to Pottery Barn Kids so Lucas could show Ben and Pop-Pop how much fun he has in that store. Lucas sure does have his grandparents wrapped around his finger!
Sunday we had a wonderful morning making breakfast and playing around the house. We even put together a gingerbread house. Lucas didn't help us out too much with the decorating, he was more of Godzilla stealing the candy off the houses!
Sunday night we went to celebrate Taylor's graduation at Cazadores in Roswell. Lucas is not a big eater right now so he ate his cheese dip and guacamole and then gave "the look" to GiGi and Grandmama who walked him around the restaurant several times. After dinner, we had a family shopping trip at Kroger to pick up odds and ends. Our family friend Steven held Lucas the entire time and entertained him by running around the store. When we left, Lucas gained several oranges, a Christmas yard decoration, some M&Ms, and a few bites of a Hershey Kiss. It is really hard telling this kid "no"!
Our entire family is so happy for Taylor. We are so proud that he graduated from UGA and we all know that he is destined for great things. Good Luck with what the world holds for you!