and it always seems to go this way. I promise myself I won’t let a boatload of time go by before I come back and then I do. Oh well, at least there will be record of events even if it’s not perfect.
All kinds of fun things going on here. My miracle “baby” is riding a bike, he tells jokes (timing is a bit off but what the hey), he’s overall turning into a little boy. I don’t think anything can quite melt the heart like the first time you hear your child say “I love you Mommy” or “You are the best Mommy”. Like every other mom, I think my boy is going to be a real heartbreaker when he grows up. I could go on forever about his little sayings and doings but I’ll make a small list just to keep for my own remembrance – – –
He calls oatmeal: “eatmeal”
He doesn’t say delicious, he says “halicious”
He loves to tell the interrupting cow knock knock joke, but his timing is horrible
He does the craziest things with his tongue, I call him “little gene”
His favorite songs are Hush Little Baby and Twinkle Little Star and we have to sing them over and over
His favorite “from memory” story is Three Little Pigs and he has to do the “not by the hair of my chinny chin chin part
His favorite books are the Laura Numeroff “If you give a…” series and it’s so bad that I didn’t even have to look up her name, I know it by heart.
He also loves Little Pookie by Sandra Boynton – I think he relates to the Pookie.
When he goes to sleep at night, he wants me to hold him…I have to have an arm on him until he goes out.
He will randomly come up to us and give us hugs/kisses – I cannot get over how loving he is.
He’s just as loving with the animals – my heart melts every time he hugs one of the dogs and he does it at least once a day.
His imagination is out of control…he “finds” random baby animals and we have to find their mommies for them, he likes to make cakes and cookies in the shower, he loves to play baseball in the house with nothing and he likes to be a conductor or a fireman. I’m amazed by the stuff he comes up with out of nowhere.
I am thinking it may be time to cut his hair…we had a few “adorable girl” comments in Florida and hubby wasn’t too happy about it. At the same time, he is so cute with his hair that I hate the idea of cutting it. May do something longish just to keep it from being the strict boy haircut.
We are also still having issues with his asthma. Not horrible this winter since it’s been so warm, but half the reason I have time to do this is that he’s sleeping for over 3 hours now today. He was so sick yesterday and had such a hard time with breathing that he just broke my heart. I can’t stand to see it and I have to be strong for him but it’s so hard. He’s so uncomfortable and I know how bad it feels. I know the backaches and the scariness of not feeling like you can take a breath. He’s been so good with his nebulizer the last two days because he’s truly aware that it makes him feel better. Hopefully today will be the worst day and we will be moving forward to more fun days in the park and an upcoming season of healthy days.
So, that’s all for now folks – I’ll be back when I get back