They had this room where you could make bubbles, but it was kind of messy and really meant for older kids. It would have been better if they had a bubble machine and bubbles were everywhere. That's what we thought the room was about.
Ashton loved this room. He is such an athlete like his daddy.
He got tired and sat out for a minute and then jumped back in.
They even had this spot for all the babies. It was a gigantic pillow with even more pillows on top with lots of stuffed animals and even mobiles. There were many other babies there too. Peyton loves stuffed animals.
We also got new car seats! Peyton is finally in her big girl car seat.
Here is a shot of the backseat. Peyton is still rear facing until she is a year and 20 pounds. I hope she'll be 20 pounds when she turns 1 in 4 months. I think she needs to gain another 5 pounds. There also isn't a lot of room anymore in the backseat. The middle seat is pretty much gone.
That night we went out to eat at good old Denny's where kids eat free on Saturday night. Woohoo!
This was also the first time we've ever ordered Ashton his own meal. It was pretty nice not having to share.
Ashton is just growing up too fast. We actually put him in a booster for the first time and he did just fine. I was worried that he would try and get out of it and be jumping or running around, but he sat there like a big boy.
Marianne made the cake and added his favorite, Cars!
He loved this card. When you open it makes car sounds.
Then he got cars.
Ashton also got some really nice clothes.
Then Ashton got a tricycle. How exciting is that?? He loves it and is trying to figure how to peddle one foot at a time and then steer on top of that.
He would go from the bed to the bike and then back to the bed.
Guess who also got to eat cake. Yep, that would be Peyton. She loved it too.