Nathan is Hebrew and means "gift from God" - we couldn't have been more blessed than to have been chosen as his parents!

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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Sleep is Good!

This is one of my new favorite pictures of Nathan. He's smiling so big you could count all of his teeth!
There is so much to do at camp, it's super easy for Nathan to get off schedule. In fact, there really is no schedule at Camp Terry! Last weekend, we welcomed lots of visitors and for the first-time, for two consecutive days, Nathan fell asleep right in his pool floats!

Sometimes, you just have to catch those z's whenever and wherever you can! :-)On Friday, we attended our annual Garden Luncheon, at my Aunt Dorothy's house, and this year was in honor of my Grandmother! We had such a nice time visiting with our family. Thank you Aunt Dorothy!We gathered in the Friendship Garden, enjoyed lunch, and were entertained by a guitarist and flute duet. Our seats could not have been more perfect! We were sitting right next to the music and Nathan was in his glory! He listened and watched them play almost the entire time we were there. I'm glad they decided to take a break to eat, that way Nathan could enjoy lunch too!

Nathan is on vacation from therapy all week, so we've decided to stay at camp. We've been playing bingo, hanging out at the pool and playing in the sand. This week we're probably going to go to the Great Escape, to the Adirondack Museum and do some other fun activities. We'll cap the week off celebrating Nathan's half-birthday, meeting some new family members and celebrating our country's independence!

I can't get Nathan to wear his hats but he'll wear his bucket! He's too funny!