Tuesday, March 27, 2007

I didn't drop off the face of the earth!

Between funerals,weddings, planning birthdays (Congrats T and S, it was gorgeous!) and raising kids there just hasn't been enough blog time lately but I had some today for an update.

Bee is sleeping all night at not even three months! She holds her head up, laughs, smiles, coo's, rolls from tummy to back and back to tummy. We frequently find her on the other side of her crib now. Her doctor is amazed because this is stuff a four month old does. My only gripe is that while I enjoy breastfeeding, I'd like to stop and she's not having it. She'll take a bottle of breastmilk with no problem, but not a bottle of formula. She'll take them mixed together with some fuss, but eventually gives in. I'd like to start working but don't feel comfortable doing so unless she's taking a bottle since I won't be home at her bedtime.

Bug isn't two quite yet.. but it's coming up here soon! She's having a curious george themed party. She's forming six-word sentences, double what a normal two year old would do. She knows hundreds of words, too many to even write them all down. She's potty trained, dresses herself and tells us what she wants. Now, if she didn't have a meltdown when she doesn't get what she wants, she'd be the perfect child. She even knows her bedtime routine enough to tuck herself in at night! She loves her little sister. She helps with diaper changes, picking her outfit and dressing her. She helps with tummy time, and recently started wanting to read her books.

And..there goes the rest of my blogging since one kid woke up from a nap! Hope all is well with everyone. I hope to catch up some more soon!


Holly said...

So good to hear from you again. You'll never regret spending the time with your kids they require. ;)


Daddy Forever said...

I'm jealous. None of our 3 kids sleep through the night. Your two-year old is catching up with my almost 4-year old. He's potty trained, but that's it. He's going to work at McD's when he grows up.


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