I have to admit that I borrowed this idea from Avie and Amelia's mom.
1. He doing a great job potty training. Although he is in Pull-Ups(because I am not brave enough to let him wear big boy underwear alone), he has done great going on the potty several times a day.
2. He still loves brushing his teeth. We brush at least 3 times a day. He usually finds a way to sneak in an extra brushing. Can't hate that though.
3. He is speaking in 6-7 word sentences.
4. He can sit through two Dr. Suess books. His favorites? Green Eggs and Ham and The Cat in the Hat.
5. He is counting to 20.
6. He can identify his numbers to 10.
7. He can identify about half of the alphabet.
8. He wants to be completely independent. How come nobody warned me about this "terrible twos"? No, he's not terrible, he's just very opinionated. For example, when I try to help him do something he will say "No, no, Mama. This way."
9. He likes to
10. He can spell his name. Now if only we can get him writing it too :)
11. He still is a very picky eater. I guess we'll manage. We are actually giving him Pediasure twice a day to "fatten" him up in prep for surgery.
12. He still loves helping Mama cook and has gotten very good at mixing
13. He loves to conduct "his band", i.e. Mama and the baby Mama watches. Luckily she is a good sport about him switching around instruments and barking directions.
14. He loves his puppies. Jake(the newest addition) has already outgrown our beagles, which unfortunately means his size and puppy excitement means he knocks Ian down a lot. Not-so-unfortunately, Ian could care less. He loves getting Jake's puppy kisses once he's down.
15. He is a pro sweeper. "Mama sweep?", he'll say, which means he wants to sweep too.
Okay, so maybe 27 things is a bit much, but cute concept, right?