Pats are out
Photo-A-Day #1360

Even though Eva wore her Patriots cheerleader outfit today it couldn’t change the fate of the team. Even though the Pats won their game today in windy Buffalo they are still out. Oh well, no Superbowl for us this year. A good run though even though they were Brady-less.

Today we packed up the car and headed to the Cape to do Christmas with Grandma and Grandpa (my Mom’s parents). We had a nice gathering with pizza and salad and lots of desserts. Eva was up and moving around all afternoon, she loves all the attention. And Auntie Shelby saw Allison’s Facebook update and decided to drive down to the Cape to spend time with everyone. What a great way for social media to connect family.

Dad and I popped over to our house and picked up his motorcycle to bring home. I took a bunch of Eva’s baby stuff too. She’ll be too big for those things next summer.

Grandpa picked up an Asus Eee 900. I helped him get my blog bookmarked on it. Allison wants one of these but she wants the sweet pea green Asus Eee 901. With that she can be much more mobile with Eva. Here is Eva with her Memere (my mother) and Great-Grandfather (my gandfather).

Eva with Memere and her Great-Grandfather

Eva was wide awake all day and tonight she was a bit of an overtired little bear. Hopefully we will get her back on track this week.

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4 Responses to “Pats are out”

  1. stephen says:

    I am wondering what the facbook update was that drove Aunt Shelby to drive to the cape? I bet it was something like free bones.

  2. Drew says:

    Yeah, free bones. Stephen things don’t work that way in the human world. Since when are you on facebook?

  3. Jenna says:

    cute photos! the little one is adorable : D

  4. Drew says:

    Thanks Jenna,
    She’s been having so much fun this Christmas.