Tyler is turning four in less than three months. He started talking a lot lately! There are few things that he says everyday and I want to write them down here so I will forever remember. He says "You are my mommy. Daddy is my daddy. Jackie Poo is my brother. And I love Haley (our dog) and I love me!" and he gets emotional sometimes and he says stuff like, "I missed you at party (he is talking about the party I went few months ago!) and I cried about it. Did you cry?" and to Brian he says "I missed you at work. I was sad about it." He loves giving us hugs, dancing and jumping on bed and loves loves swimming! He started taking swimming lesson twice a week and he is so excited every time. He is starting preschool in a few weeks and I am excited for him to start his new adventure!
PS- we recently purchased new mattress and we were going to throw away our old one but decided to leave it in kids' playroom. They love love love love love jumping on it everyday. The best thing ever.
He is saying Cheese. I wish he would just smile without saying cheese!!! Anyways, this is his "cheese" face.
Jack is turning two in four months. He is going through this very frustrating phase right now. He knows what he wants so he would get very upset when he doesn't get his way. He would hit, throw stuff or scream! I am trying to be consistent with him and I hope this phase will pass soon. He calls me "ne-mu"...he knows many words but he refuses to call me "mommy" for some reason. He still takes two hour nap in the morning and afternoon. And he sleeps for 11 hours at night. I don't want him ever stop taking 2 naps! But I am sure the day will come very soon. He loves eating all day long and loves loves Micky Mouse. And also loves whatever Tyler has, of course. Every night before I put him down for bed I pick him up and he would immediately give me a hug and lean his head against my chest/shoulder to cuddle with me. He is always busy running around and he doesn't usually cuddle during the day, so moment like this is so special to me, and I am cherishing the moment every night before his bedtime.
Very very messy playroom...