Monday, June 21, 2010

Thanks Guys!

Earlier, I was looking at one of my FB albums labeled "6 months and counting" and it got me all teary-eyed. Sebastian and Collette just looked so small and cuddly. They were learning how to eat "solid" food. Smiling at each other. Wiggling and jumping (in the baby contraptions). For a second, I almost missed them at that age. (Good thing I'm having another one, right?!)

Later this morning, however, they did something cool and all grown up. They climbed into their own high chairs for the first time. And then I was brought back to reality. My kids are growing up and learning new things, often without me even trying to teach it to them. And I love it. I'm glad that I don't have to pick them up to get in the chairs anymore - it's been murder on my back lately. And it's really cute to watch them climb.

And in other "growing up" news, both Sebastian and Collette did a superb job holding hands and walking through the parking lots yesterday. I have only been practicing with Collette but decided to take advantage of a 1:1 ratio and have both walk. I was with Sebas and I was amazed at how well he did. He's a lot slower than his sister so I have to remember to walk slowly but he held my hand without objection and that's really all that matters.

So, S & C, thank you for making life a little easier for your (very pregnant) momma. I really appreciate it!!


  1. It is amazing when the kiddos just "do" something. I think it's a little reminder that "they'll do it [whatever 'it' is] when they're ready".

  2. I was just thinking about this same issue this morning. (Not climbing in high chairs, but like MandyE said, they way the just "do" something all of a sudden.) I've been worrying about how mine are going to learn to hold their spoon, and I just decided they will do it when they're ready. Aren't kids cool?

  3. I love watching mine grow, but I do miss those teeny tiny stages. I will not be having any more though. We took all 3 kids into Jordan's for the first time without a stroller Friday night. It was amazing to think that they are big enough to walk into a store with 2 adults and no stroller.


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