“I have a red wagon” is one of Bun’s favorite sentences these days. He tells me this, everytime we leave the house or return home, because the red wagon is parked outside with the cars. We got the wagon as a holiday presents from a good friend of ours and it has been a huge hit!
Last weekend, we had spring like weather and we took an impromptu family walk ( with the red wagon of course) to enjoy all the sunshine.
Bun: “I push Mama”
Linking the photo portion to the Simple Things Challenge over on Simple as that
Notes to Self:
Life in January seems to be starting out well. I have 2012 set aside to figure out what I want to do with the my life? Am I really a grown up yet? So many things to learn and figure out.
Some good friends are going to be returning to Durham for a visit this weekend. It is making me really happy to think we’ll get to hang out with them and even though they met Bun when he was baby, it will be like meeting him all over again, since he is completely different now. I’m also looking forward to some, fun, crazy grown up time with them as well.
Bun’s sentences and sayings are killing me these days. Faves of this week-
Me: Lets go upstairs and clean your poop and change your diaper
Bun: I’m sick of clean up
Bun: (Sniffs Layla’s bum) Layla need diapoo change
“I’m Okay” He says this whenever he needs some reassurance or has bumped his head, but not hurt himself enough to get any reaction from me.
“Daddy, you give me____” Usually followed by something I won’t give him aka blueberries, lollipop or candy
“What a Funny Fellow” My dad taught him this phrase and he says this with the biggest grin on his face whenever he or anyone else does something funny or silly.