Friday, July 10, 2009

Cutest thing ever!

Chris, Bee and I were all watching a movie upstairs on our bed, before nap time.

Bee, all of a sudden, stands up and counts to three in Connor. (Eee ahh ahh!)

He falls/jumps on top of Chris' legs, rolls all the way up to his neck and back down...giggling the whole way!

We all just laughed and laughed for a few mintues.

I wish I got it on video, but he only did it once.


Another news about Bee. His hand is looking great. Good enough to not put a bandaid on today. The blisters have popped but covered over again so I'm not worried about infection anymore. He definitely favors his other hand but still uses the burnt one a lot more than I thought he would. Such a brave boy.

Bee threw his first HUGE fit today in public. Thank you Bee. We had to go to the hospital for labs today for me. As soon as we got out the the truck, he refused...REFUSED to walk. So I carried him. He threw a fit about that, throwing himself back and forth. So I would set him down...he would latch on to my leg and not walk.

I think I could have seriously hurt him if I didn't love him so much. It wasn't that I was embarrassed...it was that I had stuff to do and had to do it then. If I didn't have to have the labs done today, I would have put him back in the truck and went home and put him to bed.

Oh well, the pleasures of children!

I hear it gets better...right???!!!

5 comments:

Purple Quilter Queen said...

He's about 2 right? Yeah - it gets better but not for another 2 years. Sorry but it's the raw truth. I have an 8 year old daughter and her terrible two's lasted 2 years. Decided after 8 years to do it again. We have a 5 month old boy now. What was I thinking?!?!? Everyone says boys are easier. Yeah - I'm waiting for that point. So glad his hand is better. Good luck! Jenn

Julie said...

You should keep a stroller with you. When he does that, put him in the stroller. I do that with Josh all the time. Actually, with the two of them, I don't really let Josh walk anywhere. Unless Robert is with me to chase after him. He has to ride in the stroller.

Kristina P. said...

I'm glad his hand is better! Don't know what to tell you about the tantrum. :)

The Waggoners said...

It is so sad, but Clayton throws these huge tantrums all the time. He screams at the top of his lungs for like 2-3 minutes and all we can do is put him timeout because he won't stop screaming. Luckily he is really good in public, he likes to go out.

Sissy said...

hell no, it doesn't get better. they just get bigger! at least that's MY experience :)