Just a few days ago he started pulling himself up. Unfortunately he did this for the first time while at Grandma's house, so I didn't get to see it. I told him not to do anything significant for the first time for anyone but me, but apparently he does what he wants when he wants.
He was having a hay day in my junk drawer in the bathroom. I've since replaced the junk with toys.
Now on to the shopping.
This weekend I stocked up on some new Fall clothes for Tony. Old Navy was having a 40% off sale on their new fall stuff. I got a ton of clothes for a great price. Then today, I was shopping at the mall while my car was being serviced, and I wandered into Gymboree. I have always thought Gymboree had better girl stuff than boy stuff, but they had a sale sign, and I'm a sucker for a sale. (You have to be when you have to replace your child's complete wardrobe every season.) Surprisingly they had some pretty cute little boy stuff. They had up to 40% OFF tags everywhere, but I couldn't find much for 40% off, most things were more like 15 or 20. I still picked out a few things on sale, and one pair of pj's that weren't on sale. When I got to the register I discovered they were having a "not on sale, sale". If it wasn't marked down, it was on sale. If it cost less than $20 it was $10, and if it was more than $20 it was on sale for $20. So I had to take all my on sale stuff back and pick out stuff that wasn't on sale because it was a better deal. So confusing, but my little boy is stylin now. Here he is in his new jammies.
So if anybody has any other ideas as to how they can resell all these expensive clothes new for cheap, that is legal, please fill me in. Maybe I can convince Todd that it is legitimate.