Monday, December 29, 2008

Princeton 2030

Saturday morning I woke up to this.  

Amy had a list of things she wanted to accomplish.  I had other ideas and we ended up taking a nice drive through Princeton.  We wanted to pick up an application for Aden.  It's not too soon for early decision, is it?  We checked out some furniture stores and did a little sight seeing.  It's only like 1/2 hour from home but we don't venture up there that often.  Before we went, we had lunch at that new pizza place where Goodnoes was.  I miss Goodnoes!

Saturday night, Amy's aunt Judy had us over for dinner.  Edmund, Elaine, Adam and Brianna were in from Atlanta.  Brianna and Adam couldn't wait to play with "Little Baby Aden."

They said the drive seemed longer than usual.  I couldn't do it.  It was great to see them again.

The kids were really good with Aden.  It was cute.

Uncle Mark can never get enough of him too.

Adam, Brianna and Aden made out well for Hanukkah one more time.  Look at Adam's face.  Don't you miss those days?!?!

Aden got some great books and onesies and big toys!

This book is neat, the pictures move.

It's funny how Aden loves to open gifts already.

The adults got a special treat from Atlanta.


Sunday, my parents watched Aden and Amy and I went to the Expo Center in Bridgewater New Jersey again.  We actually bought some stuff for the house and narrowed down other stuff.  I got the door knobs I wanted!  The small wins are the sweetest!  Here we are crossing the Delaware between Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA.

Amy and I had our first date in New Hope four years ago next month!!!  It's been nothing but bliss ever since!

Amy decided I was going to make a roast for dinner.  It actually wasn't that hard.  Just throw the veggies and meat in the oven.  It just took longer than expected.  It came out pretty good though.  Aden ate some oatmeal while we were waiting.

Yummy, oatmeal.

When we were finally eating, Aden made sure he got his share.

Mark probably shouldn't be encouraging Aden to play with his food!

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