This week started off with a Father’s Day celebration in Indiana at my Weewah’s house. Unlike for Mother’s Day we actually took pictures. Mama says that’s what happens when she takes most of the photos.
I was also initiated into the Father’s Day shirt tradition. Every each I have to make a shirt for my dad. My brothers had their own Father’s Day onsies when they were little too. Someday mama is going to begged Weewah to make a t-shirt quilt out of them. This year Thing 1 picked a mustache theme for everyone. I was glad I didn’t have to think about what I would put on mine.
Kisses from my big brother.
They thought it would be cute to make it look like I was balancing on my brother’s shoulders.
You know how I I feel about “being cute”.
I also got to meet lots of people for the first time.
This is my “TT” who I was named after. His name isn’t “TT” (and neither is mine), it’s a nickname mama gave him years ago. It stands for “Twinkle Toes”.
Mama spent lots of time with TT and GG in high school and college. During one of their visits together she started calling him “Twinkle Toes” because she thought his slippers were cute.
He is pretty cute. Almost as cute as me.
This is GG. She is married to TT. GG stands for “great grandma”. Mama is lucky she still has all her grandparents and I get to meet them!
I met my great grandma Junebug. She has a lot of names too (Judy, Anna, Sugar Plum) but Junebug is our favorite.
I met my Aunt Christine. She is so sweet.
We celebrated my twin cousins birthday. I didn’t get any cake. No fair!
My Papaw Webb wasn’t feeling well on Father’s Day so I went to his house to meet him. He loves babies and was so happy to meet me.
Here is another of me and Junebug.
When it’s time to go it’s time to go.
A photo of me with my big big brother. I didn’t pee on him this time!
Mama also took pictures of me wearing the outfit my brothers wore when they came home for the hospital. I didn’t get to wear it to “come home” in since I was born at home!
Mama took so many pictures that I got bored and fell asleep. That didn’t stop mama she took at least 30 more. Geez!
We went to the Indiana Medical Museum where I slept while my brothers looked at brains!
I also sat on my big brother’s lap as we rode around the track.
Next we are going to Wisconsin and Minnesota! My mama writes about in on the Go RVing blog.
Much too soon it was time to say goodbye to my family in Indiana and we hit the road again!
Love and Laughter,
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