I guess we don't have that many pictures of Christian either...
What have we been up to...(October 25th)
Sorry it has been a while since our last update. So much is going on. The boys are enjoying school. Thomas had a good first report card. Noah is ready to go back after a 3 week break (he is on the year round schedule, so there are some breaks). We have all been sick over the last week, Noah has been the worst, with Nate a close second. We are in the start of our busy time with football, the holidays and birthdays coming around and we are looking forward to some time off. Early in September we unfortunately had to put our beloved dog, Maggie, to sleep. She became very ill and it was a hard decision, but the best for her. She is now a part of our acreage as Nate dug a 3 foot deep hole out back. The boys go out to see where she is from time to time. We are getting ready to carve pumpkins, dress up for Halloween and have Thomas' birthday party.
Sunday, December 27, 2009
A year of Noah, embarrassingly we have few picture of him, which is surprising because that usually happens to the third child
Posted by Erin at 9:37 PM
As you may have noticed, Erin and I pretty much stink at updating our site. I have decided to make it our goal to post at least twice per month. May not be fancy, may not be long, but there will be something. Now a year's worth of updates for Thomas
Posted by Erin at 9:16 PM
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Although Christian is now 17 months old, he is stills lacking in his vocabulary. He sure understands words and commands. He has been saying mama, papa, and football for about a month or two. He most recently will say shoes, cheese, fruit snacks and no. He definitely knows what he wants and that is where our trouble of communication is beginning. Here is a short video of one of many attempts to film Christian saying football. He was saying it over and over this day in the tub and I finally got some footage.
Christian has mastered feeding himself with a fork and a spoon, although when he gets tired he resorts to his hands. Here is his first time feeding himself yogurt. It was everywhere, but it was fun. We've also determined that with many tries and attempts, both eating and drawing, Christian will be our lefty. I know many people on my side of the family will be excited to Christian shares this trait.
Posted by Erin at 9:02 PM