Yes, my child is a genius. Who else can say they attended their child’s graduation ceremony at the age of 11 months?! 🙂
Adam and I were reminiscing last night about the past year, and it got a little teary-eyed at 2301… To think of how far Sam has come is just crazy. Not even counting what went on in-utero, here are some of the things this kid gas gone through: a perfed bowel, Group B strep, Sepsis, Meningitis, VP Shunt, 4 VP shunt revisions, an inguinal hernia repair… FUN!
And because of all that, his priority list rearranged a bit, and eating got moved to the back burner. Now?! He’s EATING! Eating!
I love how my boys have turned out.
Jack is my always-serious, and then randomly crazy little boy. He is starting to dislike loud noises, which shocks me! I used to be able to vacuum in their room, and now even when he hears a weird toy sound, he starts to cry. He’s loud, obnoxious, and I LOVE it. Unfortunately, he is getting to the age where he is realizing how much time is devoted to Sam, and we are trying to fix this as much as we possibly can. He loves everyone, and gives them a big toothy grin when he meets someone new–well, after getting warmed up to them for a few minutes first.
Sam is a sassy, funny little man. Yes, man. We get told often old he looks for his age (and size), and we think the same. He just has this look of wisdom, but yet I can totally see him being the class clown.
My first day as a Stay-At-Home-Mom is tomorrow and I’m getting so excited! Nervous in a weird way though. I’m afraid they’re going to look at me and think, “Umm.. Mom? I thought this was a weekend thing. You’re supposed to be gone by now?”
Hope you all had a great weekend!