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Category Archives: Xander
I’m not really one to follow along with those developmental emails that arrive in my inbox from time to time. I know that my kids will sleep through the night or potty train when they are ready. Sure, they will … Continue reading
Xander is my cuddly child. He loves to sit on your lap, loves to be carried, loves to lay in bed next to you. He often has a “favorite” person that he wants to cuddle with, but that often changes. … Continue reading
For the last couple months there has been this nagging voice in the back of mind. I have been shutting it out. Partly out of denial but mostly laziness. Xander has been showing signs of being ready to potty train. … Continue reading
We’ve been back from our trip to Disney World for 10 days and I’m just now getting around to working on some recaps. What can I say? It’s been insane. We were actually in Disney World for Xander’s birthday. We … Continue reading
You would think that by now I would be used to my kids swooping in and causing changes to my grand plans at the last minute. You would be wrong. Yesterday I had plans. Not really grand plans, but plans … Continue reading
Sharing is hard. No one likes to share their favorite toy, or spot on the couch, or snack. When you have a toddler and a preschooler in the same house, you are bound to have sharing battles. One kid sees … Continue reading
One of the very first lessons that you learn as a parent is just when you think that you’ve got everything figured out, your kid will throw you a curve ball and make you question everything that you know. Figured … Continue reading
This weekend was chock full of busy in our house. It was a good busy and we got a lot accomplished. Here are a few highlights. * I stayed home from work on Friday with a sickish Jack. He had … Continue reading
To me, one of the most amazing things about watching your child grow, is watching them learn to communicate. Babies start with just one way to tell you what they want, crying. As a new parent, you a left to … Continue reading