I had to be down to the church at 7, so Chris asked me if I could take care of Katelee before I left that would really help him out. So I got her dressed for bed, Gave her some milk (she will only eat 2oz at night, don't know why, but she won't ever eat more than that) and then put her in her seat and got her carrots. I set them down on the floor and leaned over to grab a bib... and when I turned around I saw the picture below:That's right, my daughter thought I was not fast enough, so she leaned down and grabbed the carrots and dumped them all over the floor. So I move the container out of her reach and go to grab something to clean this up with as she is crying and screaming because I haven't started feeding her yet... So I come out of the kitchen and I see this.... She had bent back down and was picking up the extras off of the ground. I swear this girl hates drinking her bottles but don't you dare mess with her food. She gets mad now when she hears you scrapping the container because it is empty and when you stick the spoon in her mouth and it has nothing on it she gives a nasty look and whines then too! Needless to say she went down a little messing for bed that night because I was running late from having to do some clean up! But we sure love this little lady... (See her feet in the second photo how they are crossed at the ankles? She even sleeps like that. She loves to cross her legs, and I love it because hopefully that means she will sit like a lady!:)
Now on to Ethan, Chris gave him a bath and dressed him for bed. Then they came downstairs so Ethan could do his breathing treatment. Chris was in the kitchen getting his "Strawberry" ready (putting his medicine inside of it) and when he came out of the kitchen this is what he saw....
Ethan was playing the guitar and even stomping his foot every time he stroked the guitar! This kid is so cute sometimes I can't stand it! He takes his breathing treatments like a pro now and doesn't let it get in the way of him playing. Usually he has to play with his cars while he does his treatment, but I guess last night was an exception!
Telling stories about my kids like this really makes me wonder... "what was life like with out them? What stories did I ever have to tell at work? What did we laugh at? Why was my house ever a mess before they came around?"
We love you Ethan and Katelee, more than you will ever know!