Skip to main content
Thank you so much for the advice on the stroller. I think we're going to go with the Maclaren Twin Techno, which was an option I didn't notice we had yet, as I was just looking at the Twin Triumph. I did look at all the other ones people mentioned, but I want a side by side that can still go through doors and folds up easily and as small as possible for storing while at restaurants.

We had a great weekend visiting my family about 3 hours north of where we live. We visited my grandmother at her place and then my grandfather who has Alzheimer's at his nursing home. Phoebe amazed me with how wonderful she was with him, making funny smiling faces at him as he's very hard of hearing. He smiled a lot and it really seemed to perk him up. He only knew my mother when we first got there, but by the end of the visit he remembered us all and even commented that Phoebe must be in 2nd grade now. He was close, she's in 3rd grade.

The boys had a great time. Tommy explored the floor of my mother's place as much as he could. Chasing her cat by crawling across the room. Liam was doing great moving more and rolling over on his own more often. He wasn't rolling a lot yet, but he was doing it much more frequently. We're now pursuing having Liam seen by the physical therapist weekly instead of every other week, and I hope that paperwork goes through soon. I think he could use the encouragement.

Here's a cute pic that I haven't posted yet. It's of Tommy kissing Liam, but then you realize in the next pic I took that he was licking him. I love Liam's faces in these pics as they go from smiling to "What???!!!"





Comments

Leigh said…
They are just gorgeous Heather. I do love that face!!!

HEY! What's that?!
Rebecca said…
In that last picture, Tommy looks like he tasted something bad...they are so cute!

Popular posts from this blog

Phoebe's Fifth Grade School Picture

Here's Phoebe's 5th Grade School Picture.  I really like her in red or bright colors.  She's definitely becoming quite the little lady.

Hitting the Reset Button

The holidays are over and the decorations are put away.  Life is back to work and school and this is our first three day weekend after the holidays.  It's a Saturday morning, I'm missing my husband, and I'm ready to tackle our life that is not quite living up to our expectations these days.  I've decided to pull up my big girl panties today and get started on making our life the dream life we've always wanted.  I'm pulling out my bullet journal and using this weekend to take charge of our life.  By the time Tom is home for good I want things to be the way we've always wanted them.




What do I need to work on:

Our house is not setup the way I'd like it to be.  I can't wait to get hardwood floors and want projects not to be half finished.  You know when you're putting your house on the market and you finish all those projects to make it look good to sell?  I want our house like that now while we have time to enjoy it!Phoebe is leaving for college thi…

Missing The Man

Not the proverbial "Man" that wants to keep us down, but my man.  I've been pretty quiet about it on social media, but Tom had to move to Boulder, Colorado for work and I stayed behind with the three kids.  He had to move because his company decided they wanted to move certain central roles in the organization to corporate headquarters there.  He's been super lucky for about 14 years he's been working from home for the same company.  I guess paybacks are a bitch.  We decided not to move the whole family as our daughter is a senior in high school at an amazing school that is giving her two years of college level (AP) Calculus, she's already had AP Chemistry last year and has two AP Physics classes this year. She is applying to schools for engineering and has a bright future ahead of her with law school when she's done with her undergraduate work.  One might ask why not find another job locally... did I mention we have a daughter going off to college and t…