Thursday, November 18, 2010

Our Little Spider

Would you say that I am a little behind on blogging?
I realized that Thanksgiving is coming up and I haven't even posted Halloween.
We were actually at the Sparta Hilton on Halloween but I went to "Little D's" school celebration the week before. Is he not the cutest spider ever?

May May and Dusty are great parents to Little D.
They have so much fun with their little spider.
It tickles me to death when May May (my daughter) calls us and tells us
how much fun she is having being a Mom.

Needless to say he is already a heartbreaker. 
Meet his little girlfriend.

Itsy Bitsy Spider & Super Woman!

I snapped this picture of them holding hands. 
 She has hold of Little D's 2 fingers and he is pulling her along.
Just like a man!!!

They had a little parade around the city that day. 
They visited different businesses and they gave out candy.
Little D is not used to having a lot of sugar so he was in heaven.
Of course Mommy watched everything he ate.

Little D finally paid a little attention to Gran.  He is the sweetest little spider!
I can't believe that next month he will be 2 years old.

Here is their little group.  Little D attends a mothers morning out class 2 times a week.
My daughter is so blessed to have a job that she can work at home and raise her little baby spider.
They grow up too fast.


Amelia said...

He is a cutie!

Darla said...

Now that's one Spider I would hold!!

Granny J said...

Little D is adorable.

quiltingnana said...

never too late for cute pictures

Susannah said...

What an adorable little spider! No wonder you are so proud of your family.

Needled Mom said...

Sooo sweet, Val! Yes, isn't she blessed to be able to be home and enjoy all of these special moments of growing up?

PEA said...

I'm usually terrified of spiders but I must say that's the most adorable spider I've ever seen:-) I so love them at that age!! The picture of him and his little "girlfriend" is precious. xoxo

Patty Sumner said...

how adorable! You have a lovely family. I pray that your daughter will continue to be able to work at home. I love the little "spider" with his little "super" women....way to cute! Blessings!

lindsey said...

Lovely photo's and such a sweet little grandson!

Midlife Mom said...

That is the cutest spider I have ever seen! It's so much fun at Halloween when the kiddos are little and not into the ghosts and ghouls! Some that came to my door were down right scary! ha!

I am so glad my DIL stays home with my grand kids and enjoys them so much so I know how you feel. I worked part time when my son was young but my salon was right in the house so it made it nice. He loved all the ladies that came into the shop as they made so much of him.

You asked me a question in your last comment and now I can't think for the life of me remember what it was. Guess I'll have to go back and check! A mind is a terrible thing to lose! ha!

Take care my friend! xoxox

Alice Grace said...

A very cute little spider! Looks like he had a great time his first halloween!