The other Sunday, Chad's parents declared they needed their "Luke fix" of the week so we headed out to enjoy a beautiful afternoon on the Eigsti farm. Luke of course was thrilled because that meant plenty of time to play outside.
Mr. Cool just chillin' on the porch
a boy and his sticks Mimi giving a ride in Luke's new found love, the wagon.
so. happy. Sticks-check, wagon-check, outside-check, grandparents-check check. Life is good.
Papa giving Luke the extended tour. I think our next investment might need to be a wagon.
So we've had these for a while, but I'm just getting around to posting them...these are Luke's 1-year pictures. They gave us a CD of all the pics they took, which is awesome. We didn't buy this first one, and now I think it's so cute. There is so much pressure to pick and eliminate on the spot! It's stressful, people!
We've been playing outside a lot lately. Luke is obsessed with being outside. Thankfully we've had a lot of nice days! His current toy of choice is his baseball. Such a boy. In other not so fun news...it seems that Luke may have a milk allergy. Pictured below shows how his face breaks out if he drinks whole milk or has milk product. It doesn't seem to bother him otherwise. But, our doctor recommends that we eliminate all dairy from his diet and we will do allergy testing at his 15 month well visit. Sounds easy, right? Wrong. I have found it seems everything I make has some sort of dairy in it. How do I cook? I often end up having to make him something different than we are eating, which is super unhandy. Check your labels...it seems like everything has milk in it! Anyone out there ever been through this? Any advice? Just for fun...looks like we have a natural on our hands. He doesn't know it yet, but there are piano lessons in his future...