I was sifting through Kate's old pics, and I am still amazed at how small Drew was when Kate was born! It is hard for me to even remember how fast they both came into our lives!
|Drew-15 months, Kate-a few days old|
Now to the good stuff...Drew can recognize his letters (lower and upper case), and can recognize numbers up to 20. He was a rock star at the dentist this week. I swear he got a full on adult cleaning and laid there like he was enjoying it! Soccer starts in a few weeks, and he couldn't be more excited. In the meantime, we have been playing a lot of baseball and basketball at the house. The weather here in unreal, so we spend a lot of time outdoors! He has a new found love for the show "Word World" (would highly recommend) and continues to have his little hands wrapped around lego pieces at any given time of the day. Lastly, I think D has/is going through a growth spurt! I can't take him anywhere without someone commenting on how tall he is for his age. I guess it is to be expected when you have a dad who is 6'4 (he was recently measured and grew an inch). I guess he and Drew are going through a spurt together :).
Kate: She continues to be her rotten and adorable self. We were working on learning colors and she picked those up very quickly. Now, she wants to learn letters like her brother. She has S, O, and B down. Only 23 left to go! Ha! Thanks to Diego, Kate counts in spanish and runs around the house saying "gracias, amigo", "de nada". I am also happy to report that she hasn't had a potty accident in a very long time. She is waking up from naps dry, but still needs a diaper at night. We always tell her that she is "no bigger than a minute". She is just as tiny as she can be, but don't let that fool you. She is about as sassy and rotten as they come! :)
|This is during a "love" moment...|
No one knows for sure how a child will change your life, until it actually happens. I had no idea how much these two would pull me into their souls. I forever know a different kind of love.