Tuesday, February 8, 2011
It is hard to believe your rate of growth. Seriously dude. People tell you when you are pregnant that your little ones childhood will fly by but when you have a newborn, you have no idea what they are talking about or just pray for them to grow up so you can't sleep at night. You are a walking, talking, screaming example of a toddler now and I can't believe the Lord chose me to be your mom.
I am a ball of energy. I love to go, go, go. Whenever I wonder where you get it all from, I forget to take a look at myself. Of course, we all know you look like Daddy but you are opinionated, grouchy, and goofy, which are all your mom.
At 15 months, your schedule has remained pretty similar other than the move to one nap. That's right. You nap for 2 hours beginning between 11:30 and 12:00 and typically waking at lunch time. If we happen to be in the car at 6:30 (seems to happen quite a bit), you will take a short snooze then too (never let it be more than just the car ride though). You head off to dream land between 8:15 and 8:45 and we won't hear you most of the time until at least 8:00. Sometimes, you will be fussy around 7:00ish which is when I pop you in bed with me. In that situation (guilty of it 4/7 mornings), we wake up around 8:30 and cuddle (my favorite!).
When I get home from work, I pick you up and you lay your head on my shoulder. I am the only one you do it to!
Last night we went out to eat with A.J., Wy, and Ms. Greene and you broke the first plate you have ever broken (and the first ever broken at the restaurant). Yeah for milestones....
Check this out to find out what words you can say, understand, and those random big words you say out of no where.
You have horrible athlete's foot we are treating with powder. Cross your fingers it gets better. Your feet just get so sweaty (and super stinky!).
You shake your head no and it's still cute. You have just started to walk up stairs while holding on. You and Daddy had a man day and ate at Moes and played at Oregon Park.
You sleep 11-12 hours each night and put yourself to sleep after a short singing session. You know where your hair, tummy, and head are. We are wearing size 12 month clothing (which is 9-12 months) and in Old Navy, size 12-18 months.
Written by mommytomason at 3:09 PM