What a brave boy Lawson was today....he had his tonsils and adenoids removed. He was having a really hard time with sinus drainage, tonsilitus and apnea episodes in his sleep (snoring too). Dr. Jebelez performed the surgery and said that he had never seen a set of adenoids that large on a child that small. He said he is VERY glad that he had the surgery. It will definitely make a difference.
Lawson was definitely a star patient!
Lawson, he amazes me everyday with his vocabulary and knowledge. He can write his name and is constantly saying things like, "ba - ba - ba....bear starts with b." The teachers at his school are amazing and really work with the kids to develop new skills.
Amelia, what a spit fire:). Her vocabulary is really coming along too. She is starting to put words together and comprehends EVERYTHING. She is so sassy and definitely likes things her way. Some differences b/t her and Lawson....
1 - She hates taking medicine...LAW is a PRO
2 - She acts like I am pulling her fingernails out when I am simply trying to cut them...LAW could care less
3 - She lays in the floor and has a complete come apart if you simply say, "no"...Lawson doesn't love it....but it isn't the end of the world
4 - She is tough but emotional....Lawson is more sensitive and tender hearted
In the same sense,
1 - She LOVES her baby dolls and blanket
2 - She is a complete love bug around bedtime
3 - She LOVES her brother!
Amelia tee-tee'd in the potty for the first time today! We felt that it was a bit early to introduce the potty but she has been really interested. So we got out Lawson's old potty. She liked standing on it, sitting on it and just trying to figure out how distructive she could be with it. Well, before bathtime, she sat on the potty. Much to our surprise, she tee-tee'd. We knew this by the loud obnoxious music that plays when the job is done. She REALLY got a kick out of the music coming from the potty. I was so shocked and Lawson and I clapped and praised her.