you are such a blessing to us. you have such a sweet, happy spirit, and we are so incredibly grateful for you.
here are some things you are up to these days:
- you aren't quite walking on your own yet, but you are a super speed-crawler.
- you want absolutely nothing to do with baby food, and haven't for awhile now. you think you are a big girl and will eat almost anything that we eat.
- you give sweet kisses all the time.
- you love your big brother. you think he's incredibly silly and laugh at him all the time. you love to be in the crib with him so you can both jump and chase each other back and forth.
- you adore your daddy. as soon as he walks in the room, you will scream at him until he acknowledges you. and once he does, you hold up your hand at him. it's your "talk to the hand" pose that makes us laugh every time.
- you are so easy going and just go with the flow. you love to go shopping with me (grocery shopping and target runs....we don't have time to do much other than that these days!)
- you love for us to sing silly songs, especially when they have motions and gestures to go with them.
- you LOVE bath time. you start kicking and try to climb into the bathtub as soon as the water starts running.
- you try to take out your hair bows so you can eat them.
- you have the sweetest smile and dimples that can light up the room.
this year, we spent our halloween in the hundred acre woods!
i had to include this picture, even though it's not any good. i should really learn how to use our camera at night.....
Caleb is showing his daddy the moon. any time Caleb walks by an open window at night, or as soon as he walks outside, he looks for the moon and points it out to us. and i just love it, because how many times are we just going, going, going, and too wrapped up with stuff to just stop, and look at the moon. how grateful i am for my sweet boy to remind us to slow down, and enjoy God's creation and appreciate His beauty.
this was the first year that we actually went trick-or-treating. we weren't sure if little man would actually get into it or not, so we were happy to see that he got the whole concept, and he had a great time. listening to him say "trick-or-treat" was the cutest thing ever, and then he would yell out "bye-bye" as he left each house. it was a very fun night.
and what i hope will become a yearly tradition.....my two guys watching "it's the great pumpkin".
and with that, it's November.....which means it's Thanksgiving.....which means it's basically Christmas.....which means it's my most favoritist time of year!