Our visit with "K" went well. We met her at her high school at around 2:30. She was so excited to see us. As soon as we got in the building I handed Samuel to her and she started showing Samuel off to everyone. I'm a little worried he may catch something from all the hands that touched him, but he can't live in a bubble either. Her mom brought us a little coat for him, but I don't think it will fit him anymore. Richard and I both noticed that "K" introduced him as, "my son," ....... "Hey, Marcus, this is my son." We let the comment slide, but it did bug us. I thought she'd want to spend more time with him, but after about 45 minutes and taking a few pictures, she said she had to leave.
After that we went to visit Grandma and Grandpa. They live in a gated community and we took him up to the community center to show Samuel off to their friends. They are such proud grandparents. He was very hungry and fussy, so we didn't stay long.
Then we went to Aunt Genie's where she made us Corn beef and cabbage for St. Patrick's Day. Then Samuel decided to show off a little.....
Samuel read us a story. He needed a little help holding the book, but for a 3 month old, his articulation is amazing!
He was reading from a book about St. Paul and had a little more trouble with the biblical names like Andronicus, Elisheba and Zebidiah, but overall he did very well.
I think the next course of study will be anatomy, physics or chemical engineering.
PS...We're on a roll....It's 6:40 a.m. and Samuel has been sleeping since 9:45 p.m. last night! WooHoo!