Well, here we are at the night before Jeremy's 1st Day at School. Tomorrow is "Meet You Teacher" Day and we are so excited. I have gone through all of his clothes and tried to find just the right outfit for him. He has his new backpack packed and ready to go! I will try to remember to add some pictures tomorrow so check back! I got him the cutest backpack with his first name embroidered on the front. I had to check with Eric to make sure it was OK to put his name on the label on the inside. I was warned about kids making fun of other kids for things like this, but I'm pretty sure at 3 years old, it's still OK. I don't know who is more excited for school tomorrow ~ Jeremy or ME!!
We had his 3 year well baby appointment and school physical on Friday. For the first time in a VERY long time, I was able to answer YES to every question on the developmental paperwork. If it's been awhile since you've filled one out, they ask a bunch of questions to gauge your child developmentally. One question was "Can your child say his first and last name?" You're choices are "Yes," "Sometimes," or "No." Jeremy had some trouble with his speech and the last time we filled this out, he had a few different things that I had to answer no to because we had never tried them. So this time, I was very excited to answer all yes! Actually, there was one question that I had to answer no to. It had to do with scissors. We haven't let Jeremy play with scissors yet. Call me a bad Mom if you must, but we just haven't done that yet.
Little did I know, he had managed to find some scissors and take some chunks out of his hair which was just recently cut. I walked around the corner with the laundry and caught him with scissors and quickly took them away. I figured he must have just picked them up because he looked OK to me and he said "I want a haircut." He had just had his hair cut a few days earlier so I didn't think much of it. Well, today, Eric noticed 2 different bald spots that I had apparently missed. So, I guess we can go back and check "Yes" to the scissors question after all. It's really not that noticeable unless you are looking for it, but very funny just the same. I will have to take some pictures for the Baby Book.
Here is a picture of the "real" haircut. What a ham!! Picture to come of the "alteration."
One of the questions had a drawing of a snowman but it was missing some of the facial features, an arm, and a leg. The question along side it said something like "Ask your child what this is. Appropriate answers are a snowman, man, woman, person." What did Jeremy think it was? A Monster! I hope the doctor got a little laugh out of that one.
Other than that, the most exciting news we have to share is that our foster daughter has become a walker!! After spending the weekend at Water Country, we wore her little legs out. Tuesday, while at the eye doctor getting her eyes checked and waiting during the eye dialation phase, we went out in the hallway and walked up and down. Whenever she would get back down on her knees, I would pick her back up and off she would go. I am sure it was just a matter of building her confidence. Let me tell you ~ now she is a walking fool! The eye appointment resulted in her needing to wear an eye patch rotating on both eyes. I feel so badly for her. We haven't started yet, but I think tomorrow will be a good day. I was thinking about putting one on Jeremy and myself so we can all wear them together. Now there's a photo op!
I am getting ready to send out another mass email with pictures, so if you aren't already on the list, send me an email and I will put you on the distribution list. We are so happy to share our little Love Bug with our family and friends.
We are also planning for our trip to North Carolina in October. It seems that all of the Charity Events, Community Activities, and Meetings all are planned over the dates we will be gone. Doesn't it always work out that way? Oh well. Onward and Upward!
I hope everyone has a great week ahead!