ps. Mel, I'm wearing the sweatshirt thingy we got at Old Navy right now and it's a-ma-zing. Love it!
We also discovered a large elf-shoe-glittery-decoration-thingy which we tried to get a photo with. I was going to stick my foot in it while Mel took the photo. After waiting several minutes to have the section to ourselves, we finally gave up. We should have gone on a different day. Plus, we were pretty confident that we looked incredibly guilty standing there waiting, so we decided the best course of action would be to just leave. We know how awesome it would have been and that is all that matters.
I also bought this coat for myself. I've been looking for a cute-ish (not too formal, not too casual) winter coat for quite some time. Old Navy was having their 50% off sale(plus my 30% off coupon), so I got this $80 coat for $27. SWEET DEAL! I wanted to try another size, so I went back today. I still had my coupon, so I headed to the kids section (Insert evil laugh here...muah ha ha).
Since I was going to be spending some dough on my favorite bundle of joy, I gave Char a call to see if she had any specific needs for the Camster. She didn't pick up the phone, so I picked whatever I wanted and I had fun doing it.
The app store for the iPad has digital books you can buy that read the book to the kids as they look at the pictures. Oh my gosh, as I was just typing that I just realized how lazy it sounds. In our defense, Cam isn't old enough to be interested in books long enough for you to read any words before he closes the book. So, Mom bought him The Little Engine that Could. This is what he looks like when he watches it. Keep an eye out for when he is waving "hello" to the train (it happens twice).
He's obsessed with it. It's a nice little distraction to keep him occupied when his mama is out of the room.
All that to say, I can't wait to give him this little train outfit and here him say "choo choo."