Q tidbit (5 months old this week):
There is a post going around Facebook called 11 Step Program for Those Thinking of Having Kids. It was written by Amy Lawrence and you can see all the steps here http://community.babycenter.com/post/a25790321/11_step_program_for_ those_thinking_of_having_kids It is hilarious and much of it is so true. Lesson 5, for example, is as follows:
Lesson 5 Dressing small children is not as easy as it seems. 1. Buy an octopus and a small bag made out of loose mesh. 2. Attempt to put the octopus into the bag so that none of the arms hang out. Time allowed for this – all morning.
This morning’s dressing of Q should have been video taped for YouTube as the visual for this lesson. I seriously debated just wrapping her in a blanket. I didn’t. But it was close.
C tidbit (26 months old this month):
My son has developed a fascination with Q-tips. As soon as I’m distracted with something else, he gets them from the bathroom and carries them around (by the fist-full). My husband asked, “What does he do with them?” Good question J. Let’s see, he puts them in pockets (mine usually), in any holes he can find (holes in toys, in the step stool, etc), in the basket of the push toy, and more. You name it, I’ve probably found a Q-tip in it. Sometimes you have to wonder…