a mini-post

Well, I did exactly what I said I wasn’t going to do, and that is get wrapped up in rushing around as a professional, as well as a mommy.  It’s really hard to not think about work when I’m at home, but it’s all in the profession, I suppose.  I’m trying to stay positive, and keep blogging.  Projects have been put on hold for now, except for a few *wedding present surprises* that I can not divulge at this time.

We have been eating fairly well since adding another working parent to the mix.  It has been easy, however, because of Mr. C’s busy schedule, I really only have to cook 3 days a week, and we have enough food for lunches too.  I’ll try to post sample menus next week, as we’ve been dealing with a sick toddler and trying to throw in some birthday celebrations in for me (although, acknowledging 29 is not a priority!).

Until next time, when I’ll try to get my head unjumbled and actually remember what we’ve been up to lately!

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An 18 Month Brag Post

 

Baby Cakes is now 18 months old.  A whole year-and-a-half!  Baby Cakes has always had huge personality, but now Mr. C and I are truly seeing the comic, the scholar,  the sweetheart, and the rambunctious spirit come out in the boy that we have spent the past 18 months (well, 27, really!) getting to know.

I don’t know when kids are supposed to show their sense of humor, but BabyC has his stand up routine down pat.  He has a signature “Dinosaur Voice” in which he will repeat anything you say in a low, gravely growl, as long as you ask, “How does a dinosaur say ____?”  Of course, this is the funniest thing in the world to him, so he always has to throw his head back to force out his toddler cackle.

Our little 18 month scholar is learning letters and building his vocabulary.  People have asked me how many words he knows, and honestly, it would take a long time to create that long list, and I’m sure some words would get left off. Recently, I purchased magnetic letters for the fridge.  He immediately took to them, started pulling them off one-by-one and to my surprise, he was naming them (correctly!).  Thank you Cookie Monster, for your letter of the day.  You have truly made my child a literary genius.

Baby C has turned into such a little person, with his own opinions, style, and sense of humor.  We can’t eat one meal without requests of “ah-deh?” (that’s Adele for those non-toddler speakers) and “dancey?” as Rumor Has It blasts in our kitchen.  Everything is a show while Baby C is on the go, yet I live for those moments when he winding down for the night.  He will fake “ni night” and snuggle up close with his “B” (his little lovey blanket).   Being a mom of a little boy is such an immense joy.  I can’t wait to see all of ways BabyC will continue to amaze us as he is over the  hump and on his way to a big 2 year old.