Alexander and Jordan
Year 1 Week 29
Alexander: The biggest challenge of the
week for me is to figure out what my parents are talking about with this potty
training thing. They keep saying to me, "Do you have to go pee?" I
usually just tell them no and wait until after I go. Why do they have to keep asking?
I will let them know when I have gone. Although, they went crazy when I
went the big boy way
on the big potty. My dad helped. I had to stand on something, but I
We have been going for big walks this weekend. I think it is to wear me out. I don't care because that means that I get to go outside. We went for a walk to a big lake and over a bridge. Then we went for another walk through a bunch of trees (they called it an arboretum) to a waterfall. My dad showed me how to put my hands in the rushing water and how not to fall in.
Jordan: This has been a big week for me.
I have figured out how to smile. I can never seem to hold it long
enough for a picture. I have also found my hand to suck on. It is
not as good as the pacifier but it works in a pinch.
Alexander is showing me how to lie down on the playmat and how to bounce in the vibrating chair. The biggest trouble is trying to keep him off of my stuff. He is constantly sitting in my chair and climbing on my swinging chair. At least he doesn't eat my food.
|1. 2. 3.||1. There's my hand. I
was wondering where it went.
2. I am mesmerized by the red eye reduction.
3. Lazy Saturday afternoon.
|4. 5. 6.||4. Here I am trying my
5. Watch it dad. I just had breakfast.
6. If you can't find me, I do not have to take a bath.
|7. 8. 9.||7. The dynamic duo.
8. Don't you think we make a good team brother?
9. There's that hand again.
|10.||10. Big boy spoon, bowl and chair, and I am eating like mommy and daddy.|