Babies grow way too fast and I can't seem to keep up with all that Miguelito is doing because he's just going through his first year way too quickly...he's almost a year old!! He's had major holidays come and go, he eats so much more food now and he can walk. Well, he's super cautious to be walking around like nothing but when he doesn't even realize that he's not holding on to anything, he walks beautifully. Anyway, here's a run down on the events he has done during the time we have not written:
We all got together at Grandpa and Gigi's house and spent it with family and friends. Michael had his first Thanksgiving feast and had some Sweet potatoes to celebrate the occasion, except not the delicious ones his Grandpa makes, he only had the plain ones...maybe next year :)
He even had a furry friend for a weekend. Michael and Coco were so cute together. He liked her toys and she liked his...pretty hilarious.
We went to a Christmas party that Aunt Dee and Uncle Joe had and we discovered that Miguelito likes to play the piano. It was very entertaining. He had Christmas in New Orleans and then Christmas in Zapata. Michael enjoyed all of his presents and plays with ALL of them. At first he didn't really know what to do but once he got the hang of ripping the paper off, he liked the paper and the boxes :) He enjoyed spending time with his cousins, aunts, uncles, and grandparents.
We still have not been able to get a really good video of him walking since he does it for a little while and we can't get there in time with the video camera since we're enjoying it ourselves, haha. This will come soon but for now just enjoy the videos we've posted and his wonderful pictures...isn't he adorable?
Playing with Daddy
Playing with Mami
Monday, January 10, 2011
It was a really rough weekend for football in the Gordon family. First our beloved Aggies jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the Cotton Bowl only to get blown out 41-24. Then our Saints had the same early start only to lose in ugly fashion as well. When the Saints defense allowed the 5th touchdown of the day, sealing their fate, Miguelito couldn't take it anymore and broke out in tears. Pobresito.