Our little Brantley family spent the day in the mountains doing a little bit of hiking. I know, big time shocker! We finally broke down and bought a much needed kid carrier pack. I am not sure what the technical name is, but that is what I call it. So, we decided to break it in today. Harrison seemed to love it. He loved looking at the trees and water the entire time we were hiking/walking (I say "hiking," but Adam says we were "just walking"). From the kid carrier pack, he had a great view.
As a total aside, I finally took my cousin, Laney's advice on shoes for babies. She told me before I had Harrison that the only shoes that she could find that would actually stay on Ethan's feet were called Pedipeds. Since the weather is cooling, I thought it was time for Harrison to wear shoes. All of the ones I have here pretty much slip off fairly easily. So, I looked up Pedipeds and I ordered a pair. I will have to say, I paid more for this pair of shoes than I really wanted to. I had full intention of returning them if they didn't work. Well, they do! It's a miracle! Harrison wore them for 10 hours today and they never came off. That is just short of a miracle in the Harrison Brantley Chronicles. He only has one pair and he will only have one pair. They are too expensive to buy more than one. I say all this to let everyone who may be reading this blog that has a baby, to just save your money and buy this one pair of shoes. I thought I would pass on the advice that was given to me. Anyway, that's it for my tangent on infant shoes.