Here are some things he is doing at 12 months:
-He is now on whole milk and will get a sippy cup of milk at breakfast, lunch and dinner, and will be offered milk at different times during the day.
-He gets juice at snack time only.
-He can wave bye and tell you bye-bye and will also blow good bye kisses.
-He can say anything that starts with a "b".
-He repeats everything and has a huge vocabulary for a child his age.
-His favorite foods are: yobaby yogurt, anything pasta, chicken, and goldfish.
-His least favorite foods are any vegetable, but he is now getting a little bit better about eating them.
-He is still in a size 3 diaper, but I think it's about time to move up to a size 4.
-He wears mostly 12-18 months clothes, but he can still fit into some 9 months shirts, but then some size 18 shirts are too small.
-He goes to bed around 8:30 and has to be woken up around 6:15 for school.
-He takes 1 nap on a cot a day (or in the pack n play at home) from about 11:30-2.
-He can clap his hands.
-When he wants something he will say "that" and point at it.
-He is still rear facing in his car seat and will continue to stay that way as long as possible since rear facing is the safest.
There's probably a ton more I could list, but that would take all day.
When we got to the Aquarium it was lunch time, so we decided to just eat there. I knew it would be expensive, but not near as expensive as what we actually paid. If you ever plan a trip to the Aquarium, eat before you go. Since it was his birthday but we weren't going to have his party until the following weekend, we got him a cupcake to eat with his lunch to celebrate. After lunch we began our walk around the Aquarium. Bryson had a blast! At some exhibits he was more interested in the other people then all the fish. Here are some pictures from the Aquarium.
This is when he started to get really sleepy so we decided it was about time to go.
Bryson holding up 1 finger for his 1st birthday!
After the Aquarium, we went to Centennial Park before heading home. Since it was a work day, we practically had the whole park to ourselves. Here are some pictures from there.
This is the main reason we had to leave the park.
Gotta love that poop face! (he's going to kill me one day for having these)
We left the park just in time to beat the Atlanta rush hour traffic. Once we made it back home, we went to eat dinner at Lucia's in Helena with Robert's family. Bryson got a few gifts there and of course, more cake. We had so much fun taking the day off and spending it with Bryson on his birthday. It definitely is now a family tradition. With all the craziness with the birthday celebrations, we never got around to taking his 12 month pictures at home, but I think it's easy to tell how much he has changed over the past year. He is the most amazing little guy and our lives are so much better with him in it. We love you Bryson! Happy Birthday!