January Playgroup

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January Playgroup
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Tue, 01-03-2012 - 12:28pm

Adrienne

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Alison

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Alyssa

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Thu, 01-26-2012 - 3:20pm

Andi- I like your new siggie. I also requested one on the siggie board but still waiting since we moved our TTC back I figured I needed a new one.

Anyway...The last two nights David has come to our bed the middle of the night and cannot figure out why. He usually does it when he is sick, but he seems fine during the day. Teething? The other night I thought it was a nightmare but last night have no idea. Plus I wanted sleep so I just let him stay with us, but I do not want this to be an every night occurance.

David Nicholas 12/5/09
Expecting a GIRL 3/23/13

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Thu, 01-26-2012 - 12:51pm
Andi: The girls are adorable!!! Glad you're finding your groove... mine is still missing.
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Thu, 01-26-2012 - 12:50pm
Way to go Evan!!! (Feel better little dude)
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Thu, 01-26-2012 - 11:04am

Sorry girls, I'm so behind I can't even attempt personals!

But Cassie, happy belated birthday to Simon!

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Wed, 01-25-2012 - 11:17pm
Thanks for the birthday wishes for Simon. He wanted fish sticks for lunch. We had a football themed party the weekend before since daddy was here and he asked about "football party again?" He is such a cutie. He had his two year check up, we went t a family dr in a small town just 25 minutes from here. He is 28lbs and 33 inches tall. On the list of things they asked he can do there were two things we were not sure on. One was if he knew the difference between boys and girls. Which isn't something we really talk about or put much emphasis on. Then if he could start on one foot. I kept thinking, well I don't know we don't stand around normally on one foot. He seem to be ahead verbally she was pretty impressed with all of his words and how he was putting 4 and 5 of them together. She said he we wanted to do allergy testing she would get us in with the ENT. Otherwise she thinks he has sensitive skin and gave us a lotion recipe to try out. So we are back to slicking him up like a pig. Its crazy that all the 2010 babies will be turning two! It seems like just yesterday a good group of us were prego together.

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Wed, 01-25-2012 - 9:00pm
Aw, Jess - that's so sweet! I totally love this age where they can CHOOSE to have those moments with you. I love it when Evan comes over to me and gives me a hug or sits in my lap.

Evan's not in the full-on "no" stage yet, he's a bit young still. But, his second word after "Hi" was "No"! LOL!

He took his first steps over the weekend! Then he was pathetically sick for the past few days, so he hasn't got to practice much.




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Wed, 01-25-2012 - 7:57pm

Mari - I am so glad I am not the only one. I love the girl but some times it can be so frustrating.

But then she will go and do what she did tonight. I was laying on the floor while she was playing in her room and she comes over to me with a huge smile on her face and lays her head down on the boppy pillow next to mine and just lays there with me for about 5 minutes. It was the best 5 minutes ever!

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Wed, 01-25-2012 - 6:42pm
<<...will say no to everything on the counter while reaching for it and I will start to go back over the items again and it will be the very first one.>> OMG! LOL!! That's exactly it!!!

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Wed, 01-25-2012 - 4:59pm

Sounds like the no stage is going to be until she graduates from high school and moves out ;) We are totally in that stage right now. No

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Wed, 01-25-2012 - 12:48pm
Erica: Good luck with the t-ball. These schedules can be so demanding on your family timing, but hopefully it will work out wonderfully.

Ray the child who spent soccer sitting around picking flowers, took a ball t the forehead in t-ball and stopped doing bowling because of his growing pains (which turned out to be really flat feet and we've since corrected) wants to play football in the fall. Have mercy. He really should just stick to swim lessons... those he does well.
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