Here he is with Grandpa Drue getting his birthday cupcake.
Evidently he was a little confused about the festivities and why he was holding a candle.
I tried to get Beckett to come out and work with me and my dad in the garden. He did not want to have anything to do with that. He hated the grass and was horrified that I'd actually set him down in it. He has to work up courage to get off the blanket at the park.
Evidently Utah was good for Beckett's brain because he says a ton of new words now. Most of them are just words that he'll repeat after you, but soon he'll get the meanings and say them independently. He now can say, "cracker" (that one he does understand), "cupcake", "thank you", "love you", "ball", "grandpa", "hi" and he will clap when people say "Yay" and "Good job, Beckett."
Beckett also had fun riding on his Daddy's old rocking horse. It was a lot of fun to see family and we enjoyed it immensely, but it was great to get back home to Chris.