Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Monday, April 12, 2010
*They’re acting like kids because they are kids
*Everything’s gonna be alright
*My kids need my love, especially when they’re at their worst
*This too shall pass
*No one ever went to college in diapers
*Don’t take it personally
*I won’t even remember this next month
*What would Jesus (or Buddha, Grandma, a joyous mother) do?
*This story can have a happy ending
*I am more than enough
Friday, April 9, 2010
With Wesley you never know what is going to come out of his little mouth. He says some of the cutest things. I love that he is at an age where he will spontaneously tell me that he loves me. I also love that when he knows he is in trouble he will ask to snuggle, thinking and probably knowing, that it does make things better. He has also started looking at me when he is in trouble, and saying "Mommy, I not mad at you" and if I am really upset this will make me madder, but most times it makes me smile. It is great to have him finally to the point where I can have a real conversation with him - and he does have a lot to say. Below are a few of the funny and cute things he has said recently.
- "Mommy, I awake - I super, super awake" (usually said when he is trying to not take a nap)
- Daddy to Wesley: "You are awesome" Wesley to Daddy: "I way, way, way, way, way awesome"
- Wesley to Mommy: "I tired Mommy, I need to get some sleep"
- Answer pretty much anytime you ask how he's doing: "I three"
- In reference to the detachable shower head - "Wow, that's cool and amazing....that super amazing"
Wesley was asleep when Max woke up from his nap - Mushu ran into the room and hopped up on the bed with Wesley. I let him stay because this is a cat that really likes a warm body to sleep with...
Thursday, April 8, 2010
A couple weeks ago, Max had a royal meltdown. I can't even remember the reason it all started. But I do remember laughing at him because the reason was very laughable. The kid was mad and he yelled, and cried, and flopped on the ground. I really was quite comical, I even went so far as to call my sister so she could listen to the racket.