Here's a night time pic of our "new house."
I went to our house this morning and our neighborhood still looks the same as far as power lines go - still laying on the ground with trees on top of them. So it looks like it will be at least a few more days... but hey, it could be a lot worse. At least we're in air conditioning and can watch TV and play on the internet. It's kind of funny how a week and a half can seem like a month when you're a little inconvenienced, but it seems like 2 days if you're on vacation.
Thought we'd share some video clips of our time so far as refugees.
Besides the video clips, Tyson has had some milestones since Ike hit us - first time to ride a tricycle (Mommy thought he was ready but now I think he needs a little more time), first time to walk around in Mommy's and Daddy's shoes,
first time to feed a dog (it may not look like it but he was really excited to do it),
and first time to tell us he has a poopy diaper. This one may have been my favorite and it happened tonight. Usually when we smell a dirty diaper, we ask him "Tyson, do you have a poopy diaper?" or "did you go poo poo?" And he always says no. Tonight he just walked up to me and said "poo poo". He really had a dirty diaper. And, he wanted me to change it. He NEVER wants to have his diaper changed. Maybe this is the very beginning of him being interested in potty training. (No, we're not starting it tomorrow or anything!)