Friday, February 27, 2009

Home Bodies

Yesterday morning I got the opportunity to spend some alone time with Colby. We stayed in jammies, watched Barney, and blew bubbles. It was such an awesome morning, I love spending time with my little dude.

Here we are cuddling on the couch. So much fun!

Apparently this is the best way to watch Barney. It cracks me up, he does this but is afraid of the bath tub.

Cute smiley boy!

Monday, February 23, 2009

Rosetta stone, or in other words, what in the heck did he just say?

Jew, jews: a drink, cup, milk, juice
Mom(mah-om with a whiny sound): Mom
A-ma, A-ma-ma-ma (No whine, very chipper and excited): Grandma
Keeeeee sdkdfgjkdfgkdfgkokjdgfkjdg -y : Kitty
Dis : This
Dat: That
ah: Dog, usually while trying to run across the street to chase them down
Da!Da! : Dad. Notice no whining here either.
Bwoooo: Moo, aka cow. Sounds nothing like moo, but apparently it does to him!
Ah! Ah! Ah! (usually accompanied by running to the computer): This means turn on and replay the 'short A' song 17 times until you want to shoot yourself.
Swih. Shoo. Ti. Ba. Ba. : Got me. Your guess is as good as mine. But he says them ALL the time. And then giggles. Like "I'm so cool. I'm confusing my parents, and its fun!"

Having a toddler is so great, isn't it?


True story here.

We bought Colby a kazoo.

Colby figured it out before Daddy did.

Mommy laughs, a lot.

(P.S. doesn't he look just like mommy here? Or is that just me?)

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

My First Valentine's Party!

At this very moment, Colby is attending his first Valentine's Day party. His pre-school/daycare is hosting it. I made him all cute with spiky hair and a bright red shirt. His little valentines are so cute. They're Crayola ones to color, and we taped a sucker and a crayon to it. He loves them... but I'm pretty sure its just because he wants the suckers. LOL.

Friday, February 6, 2009

First Haircut

Colby had his first haircut on february 2nd. His aunt Emilee is a hair stylist, so we went to her salon. He just loves her, which helped the haircut process, I'm sure.

He did so well. He didn't mind the clippers or the scissors. In fact, he just wanted to see what was going on.

The handsome boy

Sunday, February 1, 2009

My kid is... special.

Sure, your kid can talk. Run. Jump. Recite the alphabet.

Mine can eat his own shoelaces.