Saturday, December 17, 2011 was a day spent with my sweet Moma, sweet sister & my sweetie pie nephew Kason!
Kason giving his Mommy some sweet sugars!
Kason playing with his Sock Monkey ornament that I bought him!
We started the day out by heading to Alachua and going in our favorite consignment shops. I am always on the look out for books &Corning Ware Dishes like these:
You can purchase these at this awesome Awesome Etsy Store called FunkyJunkyVintage!
We ate lunch at our most favorite place: The Ivy House in Alachua, Florida. They have good ole Southern Cooking. It just doesn't get any better than this:
We ordered Krispy Chicken which is what The Ivy House is know for! There was no disappointment! We also ordered their famous vanilla milk cake. It was so delicious! Kason really loved it too. He is definitely my sisters' son!
Group pic which our waitor took of us. (My family knows
I'm not beyond asking our waitor to snap a pic of us!!)
Kason found a Tonka tractor at one of the consignment shops we visited. Doesn't every little boy need a classic Tonka tractor? Well we thought he did too!
We had a wonderful day spent just relaxing and taking our time.
I Love this pic!! Kason grabbed his Mommy's hand & he then he wanted
Nan Nan's hand aka Nanny!
My sweet Mom & I...Yes I took this pic myself! me! Not
half bad, huh?
Kason enjoying some time just looking around!
When Kason gets sleepy it's time to find his Mommy's hair!
Check out the way Kason sucks on his pacifer! Yep, he sucks
it in the bottom of his mouth. His Pediatrician says she can honestly say she's never
seen a baby hold it this away!!
He even will hold Nanny's hair if his Mommy isn't around! :)
We even ended up at The Oaks Mall. Only because I had received an email from American Eagle saying they were having a one day sale with 40% off the entire store! I honestly have never heard of a 40% off sale at American Eagle!! So needless to say we had to do a little shopping!! Our line to check out consisted of approx. 25 people ahead of us. I will say it went pretty fast; having five registers going did really help.
"Ho, Ho, Ho, Merry Christmas!!!
I will post tomorrow a set of three photos that I just love. Just hang tight!