September/early October kept us busy, mostly in good ways.
-TJ turned 3 (pics later)
-Andy started to crawl--well, army-crawl really, and it's not too pretty, but who's going to criticize the little guy? After all, he's only 5 months old(!!!), which is way too young to be crawling around at all. But he can get where he wants to go, and he can really cover some ground. The week he turned 5 months is the week he started crawling, too. And I thought TJ was an early crawler. This video is about 10 days old already, so he's already drastically improved. It's amazing how every day he's better and faster than the day prior. I love this age.
-a foot surgery for me
-a visit from my mom (and since the camera was in Guatemala with Rob, this largely went unphotographed; which is maybe just as well, since I couldn't really walk, so it was more of a work-trip for her than a fun trip).
-Rob went to Guatemala to operate with Iaomai Medical Ministries. Check out the trip blog here and a photo blog here (shots taken by the fabulous Josh Newton, whose work is likely all over your iPod, as he does lots of cover work for musicians).
-a new haircut for me (I'm loving it). Sorry for the lousy self-photos
And here are a few fun shots from Parkhurst Pumpkin Patch and farm this week: