|This is my favorite photo of the day.|
We moved into my old neighborhood and we live 2 minutes from mom & dad in one direction and 5 minutes from Eva in another. And Natalie lives just short car trip away in San Francisco. Aaron is enjoying having so much time with family and he calls Eva "tia" (aunt) and he calls grandpa Howard "papa". So far he's still calling grandma Yvette "momma" too, but I just think he doesn't have the GR down yet which is why he calls my dad "papa".
Our new apartment complex has a pool, a mini golf area, a playground for kids, an exercise room and a billiard table. Aaron has been to the playground a few times (he loves the slide) and to the pool with his dadda twice, which he loves! He's gonna be one of those fearless kids that just walks right off the step - I can just tell! Gotta keep our eyes on that kid!
Today, we all went to a pumpkin patch and Aaron had so much fun! He got to see farm animals, ride a pony, go through a maze, pick a pumpkin and go in a bouncy pen. He was in heaven. Josh and I are still trying to figure out what we're gonna dress him as for Halloween, but we're leaning toward something from Yo Gabba Gabba!, Dora the Explorer, or Go, Diego, Go! Those are the 3 cartoons he's really into now. Josh wants Aaron to go as Brobee from Yo Gabba Gabba! just so he can dress as DJ Lance Rock! Haha!
Josh is still on the hunt for a job and I'm not looking for one myself, but if it comes down to it, I will probably look for something in the State. I am trying to get used to being back in California. I'm so glad we moved at the beginning of Fall so that I didn't have to last a whole summer here, not that I'll be able to skip it next year! And I'm getting my barrings back - getting to know Sacramento again. It's strange because some of it is exactly the same. Exactly. Yet plenty has changed. Once we get to know the city better, we'll probably decide which area we like best and try to move there. You never know what the future holds!
The important thing is that Aaron is wonderful, healthy, smart and has plenty of people who love him. We are all lucky for that. Next week is his grandma Yvette's birthday and it ends in a ZERO. We will all be celebrating with her.
So happy October, happy birthdays, happy National Coming Out Day, happy Breast Cancer Awareness month, happy Fall and any other occasion that deserves a "happy" in front of it!
I hope you're all happy! We are!