So Maria and Porter went trick-or-treating on Saturday with some of the other kids from our Sunday school class. Porter did not quite catch on to the concept. Half the time he would say trick-or-treat and just walk off without getting any candy. Then there was that one time, when the lady opened the door, Porter decided it would be a great idea to go running into her house. Not only did he run into her house but he went all the way down the hall and GOT ON HER BED. He laid there and laughed. Maria was quite embarrassed to say the least. Hopefully next year he will do a little better with the candy.
Sunday night we went to the fall festival that the church put on. There were tons of people there. I helped man the cake walk while Porter played with dirt. The train ride was not as big of a hit this time around. He even said "I did not like the little train" on the way home. He was the cutest train engineer that you will ever see.
Porter loves his hat so much he was wearing it again today.
Some days it is almost impossible to believe that we have a two year old. We went home for my 10 year high school reunion and to celebrate Porter's birthday with family. We enjoyed a nice picnic at Swan Lake with Yaya and Grandpa and Gama Gam. Then we went to "The Country" to celebrate with Nana, Grandaddy, Heath, Lisa, Johnny, and Katie too. Porter had a blast celebrating and opening presents. Last weekend we celebrated here in Greenville with some of Porter's friends. Porter loves trains so he wanted all of his friends to be able to go for a ride on George the Train. Here are some pictures of Porter's parties.
This is going to be a short post. It took a while for the pictures to upload today for some reason. Anyway, here are some updated pictures of Porter. We went to Homecoming at Clemson and Porter loved playing with his friends and looking at the floats. We went to Orangeburg this past weekend to see our cousin, Katie in homecoming, but didn't get any pictures. Boo! Nana got some for us, though. Hopefully, we can download some of hers. We met Yaya, Grandpa, Uncle Richard, and Gama Gram on Saturday for a Fall Festival in Columbia. So good to see them and Porter had a great time on the tractors! On Sunday, we went to pick out a pumpkin for our house. Porter ran all over the pumpkin patch and wanted to take all of the pumpkins home:)
Here are some pictures of Porter with his cast. He is very proud of it. "It's Blue." He picked the color out all by himself. He routinely holds up his arm and says "Now take it off" and "It itches". Hopefully he will get a little more used to it. I have included some videos of him singing and chasing a cat. He is too cute.