|Hayes has found his feet|
Saturday was the opening day of the Farmer's Market, so we thought it would be fun to walk around there for a little while. I didn't find anything too interesting. There were quite a few food vendors with long lines. Jess and my mom tried some Indian food. The only food I wanted to try was the BBQ but it had a really long line, and it was $8.50 for a sandwich, so I just settled for a hot-crossed bun.
Hayes and I rushed home after walking, and went with mom to my cousin's uncles funeral (on her mom's side). Anyway it was at the ferry terminal and it was really sad. He died at 56 after a 9 month battle with Lymphoma. Of course Hayes was not in the best of moods by then, because he is not used to being away from home for that long, and he didn't really nap all day. So most of the time he and I just walked around the terminal. It was too windy and cold to go outside but it looked beautiful. I guess I should have taken a picture. We didn't get home until about 5:30 so we just sat out on the deck and drank a beer.
|This is his new "pumpkin face"|
Sunday we had nice weather again and we spend most of the day outside on the deck soaking in the vitamin D. We didn't really do much for Easter since Hayes is too young to care and Chris is still working out of town. I did dress Hayes up as a bunny though, I'm sure he will love that picture when he gets older! The work week is so much easier to start after getting to enjoy some sun.
I hope everyone had a great Easter weekend!