I promised that I would merge this blog for personal and business, so I need to make sure I stick to updating you on the boys!!!
January 2010 (but including Christmas pictures):
BB – It is so hard to believe that he is almost 4. I am old enough to have a 4 year old. 2010 is going to be a very hard year for me. Did I mention he is going to be 4?!?!?
When he wakes up in the morning, the first thing he asks for is cereal and milk.
Every snack MUST be in a bowl.
He would stay in his ‘jammies all day, everyday, if we let him.
It is like pulling teeth to get him to eat any fruit and veggie. The exceptions are carrots and green beans.
He LOVES to learn, and he asks questions all day long.
He hits and lays on his brother and then tells me he does it because “I love him and I want to play with him”.
His favorite show is World Word.
He has a girlfriend at preschool, and her name is Lexi.
He is still obsessed with trains, and Cars the movie. The other day he asked me what I did at work today, and I told him I was in training most of the day. I should have known better. His response? “Mom, why were you making trains at work today?”
And my current favorite thing BB does – At night when he should be sleeping, he sneaks downstairs, gets 3 carrots out of the fridge, climbs up on the couch under my blanket with me and says, “I love you my sweet mama“. Then he goes back to bed at the next commercial.
Nj – I am in denial that in 1 month he will be 1 year old. That is all I am going to say about that.
He has 3 1/2 teeth. The second top tooth is currently coming in.
He dances. All day long. Whenever he hears music, he dances. I hope he does that for the rest of his life.
He is still army crawling, and has the raw knees and arms to prove it. When he gets mad, he will get up on all fours.
He pulls up on certain things, and loves walking with assistance.
His first word was DOG. He now says HI, BYE BYE, Dadda, and Dog.
He still screams. His giggle will erase any bad day. He is so happy.
He will hold his bottle, but will do anything in his power not to have to. As soon as he sees your hand, or notices that he can prop it on his belly and let go, he will.
I think he is going to prefer wine when he is older, because he won’t leave my wine rack alone!
Mom fact – I did not take one picture of my kids in January! I think it was a refreshing break for everyone, but you better believe February will contain at least one special “denial” session.
And we can’t forget our Chesney. He’s getting better.