Tuesday, September 30, 2008
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Monday, September 29, 2008
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Sunday, September 21, 2008
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Saturday, September 20, 2008
Today, she actually peed in the potty. So instead of potty training, I am just introducing her to it. But Logan, has another year before we even think about it I bet. He is so not a go getter. We will see. With any luck, shortly after we move, I will only be buying diapers for one!
Posted by Lexi at 5:29 AM
Friday, September 19, 2008
Now, she is mean.
And who doesn't pick their nose? This is her new favorite place for her finger. We have been working on it too lol.
The next day, she showed me again her gangsta sign.
So enough tough girl, here she is all sweet on her baby. She LOVES babies. Baby is her universal word too. It means, blanket, food, toys. Pretty much everything she doesn't have a word for. We just got this stroller. I am gross and someone was throwing it away, but is only needed a little mending to be in good shape. So I took it. And now all the kids do is fight over it.
I put this video on here so you can all hear her talk. Baby followed by whining. That pretty much sums up Laycee's vocabulary lol.
Posted by Lexi at 5:03 AM
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Laycee loves close ups, and I don't know why.
Of course, Trent wanted in on the action. (Haylee was at school). So, I set him next to Logan and what do you know? I think I had twins at the wrong time. I can't get over how much Logan and Trent look alike. They are very similar in personality too. Must be our boys. I mean look at them, the same ears, eyes, head shape (yes Amy, Logan has aHUGE head just like Trent did), smile, nose. Everything, I think they look so much alike.
People tell me all the time that Laycee and Logan look alike. I don't see it really. I mean in their eyes, but that is about all. But as soon as they see Logan and Trent together, they really can't get over how much they look alike. Seriously, neither can I.
Posted by Lexi at 4:54 AM
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Haylee was sick after this over and over, in fact, she almost threw up!
The boys enjoyed the teeter totter.
After that, we had dinner at the food court and I did some shopping. Time was limited, but I made time for shopping because I seriously needed some clothes that fit. Aviano is larger than here, so it was nice to see a larger selection of clothing. The next morning, we had breakfast at the Openshaws, and off to the activity. Haylee was excited to play volleyball!
Nancy and I headed back home about Jaron's nap time. And it took us 4 hours to get home because they closed the autostrada (tolled freeway). Thankful we had the GPS, but we really didn't use it. We just used our sense of direction and eventually found our way. Traffic was horrendous, but all it all, it was a nice holiday.
Posted by Lexi at 4:41 AM
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
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Monday, September 15, 2008
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Thursday, September 11, 2008
Okay, so I was doing all of my posting one day and ran out of time, so the Logan post I was working on was saved, but never posted. I finally finished it, but it still posted in the order it saved. SO.... be sure to check it out. He is babbling and singing the ABCs, so it is a good one. And be on the lookout for a few more posts, one of these days when I get back around to posting.
Posted by Lexi at 9:37 PM
Friday, September 5, 2008
Posted by Lexi at 9:43 PM
Thursday, September 4, 2008
He now sings the ABC. This isn't a great video of it becuase he was distracted by his cracker, but you can get the point. He sings ABC all day long now.
Posted by Lexi at 11:00 PM
This is Haylee coming home from her first day of school. I think she had a lot of fun, but she loves school. Thanks for the outfit mom! It made a perfect first day of school outfit.
So then today was Trent's first day. Kindergarten starts a week late because they are required to do home visits. I am used to the home visits from Sure Start for Haylee and Trent. But basically, all they do is come in and answer questions one on one and make the connection with the child. It is weird having a stranger come into your home, but it really is a nice way to start to build the trust between the parent, teacher, and child. Anyway, so his first day is today. Here they are at the bus stop. Yes, it is at the city bus stop.
Here are the kids getting on the bus. We live in an Italian home, but the block over, there is a governement leased apartment for officers, so there are a few kids that ride the same bus as us.
I was happy to put the kids on the bus, but now the house feels a little lonely without Trent hovering over me asking when he can play the Wii. Last year, I was happy to send them both off to school, Haylee for Kinder and Trent for Sure Start becuase the babies were a handful, but now, I don't know what I am going to do with myself. I guess catch up on reading I suppose.
Posted by Lexi at 10:44 PM