Big Trouble In Little Shirt.

My head is spinning with ideas and new projects. Forgive me for my lack of updates, Internet.

Let me make it up to you with this:

He’s awesome. Have I said as much lately? He’s just awesome. This age is just awesome. (Except for when he wakes up at 4 AM or screaming on the top of his lungs for reasons we aren’t sure of. Poor baby. Also, we’re trying out goats milk right now in hopes of getting to the bottom of his bottom.)

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  1. Ack! The cute! And I love that Bert and Ernie are hanging out together, as is appropriate. In our house, you might find spoons jammed in the Ball Popper or trucks in the kitty litter. Our son doesn’t have proper relationships figured out yet!

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  2. Oh. My dear. You seem to think Em has this figured out? We have given the Ball Popper several emergency operations because of what Em tries to insert into it. I am not kidding. He refuses to let anything be the way it’s intended. I just put together a little railroad with moving parts? Jesus, it didn’t stand a chance.

    Bert and Ernie were new to him, so they could be together for a while. But I think Ernie is winning out at this point. I’ll keep you posted.

    We call Em “The Destroyer” because of all that he ruins.

    The kitty litter thing is a trouble situation. You see, at his school, they have a sandbox that they are asked to freely play with using cups and ladles—anything. My baking pans are in a cupboard right next to the closet where the litter box is kept. I don’t think I need to go any further with this story.

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  3. Where did you put your baby boy?

    Man time flies, or your feeding him super food.

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  4. He is tall for his age which is odd since we are both average or below. But, yeah it’s more likely time flies. He’s getting so big! Too big! And he’s talking. I never expected him to actually start talking. Heh

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  5. I love toddlers! So much more fun than babies in my opinion.

    I wonder if the whole destroyer personality is gender specific? Or are all toddlers like that? My son is so good at breaking almost everything in the house.

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  6. Oh my, he looks so big and handsome! Will my son look that tall in three months?!

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  7. He is simply beautiful. I hope the goats milk works for the poor sweetheart.

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  8. Oh my, he has grown up! He looks like a little man. I love that 24-36 month age span. Enjoy this age because around 2 1/2 things are…more challenging.

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  9. He is getting so big?

    Have you considered the nighttime waking & screaming to be night terrors?

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  10. He is getting so big!

    Have you considered the nighttime waking & screaming to be night terrors?

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  11. I thought about night terrors too. Annie had those. They were awful, but they do go away. Google it, there is a lot of info out there.

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  12. Wow when did he get so big? Isn’t it just amazing how quickly they grow!

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  13. That there is a small man. Swap Ernie for a cell phone and Bert for a briefcase and he’s off to the office.

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