I'll drop him off at the Children's Centre as usual in the morning and then Lloyd and I will head across the mountains to BC to take Christmas parcels to our daughter Mary and her family who live in Osoyoos. It's a long drive - about 12 hours - and it'll be winter through the high passes, as it is here. Mary and Greg usually come home to Alberta for Christmas but couldn't this year. I'm kind of relieved at that. I hate the thought of them making that drive in the dead of winter, with two of our grandkids in the car with them. Better that Lloyd and I go a month early, save them a trip, and have a visit at a less hectic time.
Here's some more pictures of this week with Anson.
In the playground in the snow - that's Anson's 'you're taking another picture of me?' look.
Lovely red/green McIntosh apples - the second basket full - Anson loves them and ate several every day.
"Good morning Grammie" - that's his "say cheese" look.
|Bacon, rice cakes, and raw vegetables - all dipped in ketchup|
And we bundle up and head out to the Children's Center for fun and learning
I forgot to take my camera with me on some of our outings - his favorite one was last night when we went to Edo Japan at the mall. He loves eating there and can easily out-eat Lloyd and me.
It's been a fun week.
Now off to new adventures...but we'll be back.