Saturday the weather was perfect so we decided to go golfing...well, mini golfing. Brady was so excited to "golf like Richard,"which is what he call Jared Houseman for some reason. He thought it was great and he had fun picking up our balls and handing them to us (which was so helpful!) I think Brady probably won...unless you take into consideration that he would put his ball right next to the hole and just taaaap it in. (Happy Gilmore quote for the folks out there who think I don't know how to spell tap). He was so proud every time he got it in the hole.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Our Baby Brady is, well, not really a baby anymore. Although I still call him that. And I can because I'm his momma :) Anyway, we are going through a big transition time for this big boy and I am so proud of how well he has handled everything. (And let's be honest, how well I have handled it too!) About a week ago we started potty training. He caught on to peeing in the potty almost immediately, with only a few accidents the first morning and only one or two pee accidents since. Pooping has been more difficult, especially since he seems to hold it forever. We talked about how the doctor says he needs to poop in the potty every day because if he holds it in he will get sick. I'm not sure that registered though because ten minutes later I asked "Brady, what did the doctor say?" To which he responded "No more monkeys jumping on the bed?" And yes, the doctor did say that too, so I can't really refute that. He did, however, finally have two successes in that department yesterday. Hopefully that is a step in the right direction. He got to go pick out a toy and was pretty excited about that. As you can see, he is VERY proud of his big boy underwear.
The other big transition was turning his crib into a toddler bed. I was pretty nervous about this one too because it's so nice to have your kid contained at night. Contained equals safe. But he did great with this one too! He is more resistant to bedtime, but I think that has less to do with the bed and more to do with wanting to play. He does eventually fall asleep though...and look dang cute doing it! This is a relatively normal position, but he sometimes ends up sideways or in other strange positions.
He likes to be able to climb in and out of his bed during the day, and loves to climb in at night. He doesn't seem to realize that he can climb out by himself in the morning yet. He still cries for us to come get him. He is growing so fast and I love to hear the funny things he says. He is so sweet (for the most part) and I sure do love him.