Monday, January 31, 2005

For Grandpa Joe

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Thursday, January 20, 2005


I had a Body Shop Girls' Night Out at my house a couple of nights ago. We had a pretty good time pampering our feet (the theme being "Foot Fun"). Even Sid got into the mix. How strange we must have looked to him at first though. He stood by me watching as us ladies sat around with our feet soaking in tubs of hot water. He eventually came over and started trying to put one of his feet into my tub. Of course, I obliged him. I rolled up his pants and let him take his time getting used to the water. He started by tipping one foot in and then taking it back out because the water was too hot for him. Then we put his foot in a little further, and a little further, until finally he got both feet in. I really need my own digital camera because that was a Kodak moment. To see him standing in my tub, with my feet in there, and his pant legs rolled up was such a cute sight to behold. He even got his feet exfoliated. Oh, the things I put that poor child through!

Monday, January 17, 2005

Good Night

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Random Mumblings

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This One's For Grandma!

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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Alphabet cont'd

Sid's recognizing random letters of the alphabet now. I can point to various letters and he tells me what they are. He has pretty good association skills for a not-yet-2-year-old, I think.

In my life blog I almost complained about the issues I've been having with my legs. The first day I banged my knee on the crib Sidney saw the whole thing. The next day after I hurt my leg and yelling about it, Sidney sorta said, "Bump leg crib?" I was floored that he associated my hurt leg with what happened the day before. Not bad.

Time for another audio blog by Sid. I'll to try to post new audio about once a week. Promise.

Sunday, January 02, 2005

How about this?

A couple nights ago I was putting Sid to sleep and I told him, "I love you, Sidney."

He responded with, "Love you, mommy."

Oh, my heart wanted to burst!!