Max is adjusting to life as a Murray very well...he kept up with our extremely busy weekend schedule and loved every minute of it. He even attended his first VIP event on Friday night! It seems he's most comfortable when there's lots of commotion and people around. Quite a social guy...just like his Daddy!
Friday afternoon we took him to my office to meet my work friends. Everyone was so great during the 9 months leading up to his arrival and I wanted them to meet the little person who had "accompanied" me to work everyday :)
Then we made a quick stop by Sheehan's Irish Imports, which is a "must-do" for any little Irish baby.
Afterward we attended the "Friends & Family" grand opening of Kelly's rooftop patio. He was the youngest VIP in attendance...
Max in his sling.
Billy and Max decked out in their Kelly's gear.
"Baby...in a bar..."
View from the rooftop.
With Colleen Kelly
Megan, Kevin and Lyla stopped by to meet Max Friday evening...
Saturday we got dressed up in our KU gear and met some friends at Tower Tavern for lunch and to watch the Hawks beat MU!
Ready to go!
Saturday evening we had lots of visitors! The Molloy family came over to pay Max a visit. Carolyn, an infant massage specialist, stopped by and gave us a lesson in baby massage. Plus Aunt Jenni, Uncle Adam and Cassie came over. Busy, busy baby!
Stephen Molloy with Max.
Clare Molloy - Max's future babysitter!
Hanging out with Aunt Jenni (His shirt says "I love my Aunt!")
Sunday morning we packed up the stroller and walked to church. It was Max's first time at Mass and he did great. He seemed to really like the singing - he opened his eyes really wide and listened intently every time the choir started. Afterward we continued down the road to meet some friends for brunch. It was so nice to get some fresh air! And now we know that a ride in the stroller puts Max to sleep almost instantly :)
Later that day we had a visit from Aunt Lisa, Uncle Sean and the cousins. It will be so fun when Max is old enough to run around and play with those boys!
After all the activity of the weekend we were very worn out. We put on our pj's early and settled in to watch a little tv. Billy and I were so proud of how well Max did - he was so flexible and easy going all weekend. I hope he continues to be that way!!