One of the joys of my life is going to be feeding this boy. Of course that originally meant his liquid diet but now that we've introduced more and more solid food I'm excited to make him dinner and treats and snacks for at least 17 more years.
He's growing like a weed and I'm sure that I no longer have a baby, I have a little boy. This thought was confirmed when we brought home a little toy truck and he proceeded to put all of his little toys in it and move it around the room.
He can definitely understand us more and in the last week would go up to his favorite books and when I asked if he wanted me to read it to him he got all excited and made the same expression as when I ask him if he wants nummies (to nurse.)
Oh, you don't call it nummies? We sure do. It's what I called it and what I asked for since I was three when I stopped nursing. That's right. Judge if you will but no I don't remember nursing and yes I think it's attributed to why I turned out so great.
Now that Anderson is sleeping through the night I'll just go ahead and admit in this space that I miss seeing him during the night. I miss those sweet times together, but then again I do enjoy getting much needed sleep! I guess we'll just have to have another baby someday. Until then I'll enjoy the sleep and enjoy each moment with the golden boy.