Monday, December 28, 2009

Ryan's First Christmas

Ryan's first gift - Christmas Eve pajamas



Christmas morning...a new truck



And Scout - he knows all about Ryan and sings about it.



Ripping paper is soooo cool.

A fun gift from Grammy and PeaPooh


Peapooh gave him his first buckle.


The coolest part of all, Grammy got a new vacuum and Ryan played in the box.



The morning was so exhausting that Ryan fell asleep in the cars while chewing his keys.



However, he quickly rebounded to play trucks with Belle.



But he fell asleep again when it was time to open presents,



Once he got to Grammy and Grumpy's, there were more presents to open.



See the mess he made with all his new toys.



When he got home, he saw Santa had left stuff there too.



Check out his new dump truck



Aunt Mickey sent a really cool toy too. Thanks!



Hope everyone had as Merry of a Christmas as Ryan did!

Things Ryan Discovered At Grammy and Grumpy's

1. Vent covers can be the coolest toys.

2. Doggy toys are also fun to play with.


3. Doggy bowls are also fun.

4.You can try to hide under tables, but Grumpy will find you with his camera.

5. If you act like you are in prison, Grumpy will again take a picture of you.
6. Stairs are fun to climb up (but Mommy and Daddy would not let him climb down). Look...even Bob (Ryan's rattle for those not in the know) thinks it is fun.



7. Doggies are really curious as to what babies are doing. This was his welcome.

8. Sometimes doggies are unsure if babies might be another doggie.
9. At Grammy and Grumpy's house, dogs wear raincoats. Who knew!


Saturday, December 19, 2009

Helper

Woodbridge - Since we were all stuck inside during the snowstorm, Ryan decided that he would help Daddy do the dishes. Granted he only cared about the spatula, but he tried to help.







Oh What a Snow Storm



Woodbridge - There is snow falling and Ryan went out to experience it. He started the day looking put the window and watching it fall. Eventually Mommy and Daddy took him out to experience some of it. Once it all stops, maybe he can go out again. After all, Mommy did buy him boots for the occasion.










Thursday, December 10, 2009

Stocking

Woodbridge - Ryan got a very special package a few days ago, he got a homemade Christmas stocking! Ryan's Aunt Flip, who lives in Maine, made this one especially for him. Everyone of the Bucelato's as their own stocking that Flip has made. Ryan is very excited to receive his awesome gift. He will be bringing it to Grammy and Grumpy's house so that it can be filled up with Christmas cheer!





Sunday, December 6, 2009

Santa and Bass Pro Shops

Richmond - On Saturday, Mommy and Daddy and Ryan met Grammy, PeaPooh and Belle in Richmond at Bass Pro Shops to meet with Santa. Ryan (again) sat nicely on Santa's lap, watched everyone in the store and even tried to ride an ATV. Afterwards, he enjoyed a yummy meal at Cracker Barrell.





Saturday, December 5, 2009

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Supervisor

Woodbridge - On Sunday afternoon Ryan supervised Daddy as he put the finishing touches on the outside Christmas decorations. He was only a little critical.
Looking good so far.

Ryan is happy to approve.

I don't know if I like that Daddy!
Checking out the finished product.
The finished product.



Santa

Woodbridge - On Saturday Mommy and Daddy were doing a little shopping at Walmart. While they were there, Santa came up to see Ryan. He went and sat on Santa's lap and had his picture taken. maybe next time he will tell Santa what he wants him to bring on Christmas Eve.






Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving - Gobble Gobble

Woodbridge - Ryan had a fun first Thanksgiving with Mommy and Daddy. He started his day with a cinnamon roll and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. It was exciting to see Elmo, Cookie Monster, the Count and Big Bird on a float. After a quick nap (when Mommy and Daddy put up outside Christmas decorations), Ryan had lunch. He enjoyed pork loin, corn and mashed potatoes. He was in bed early because he has to prepare for Black Friday shopping.

















Happy Thanksgiving!