How alike you are
Both so damned cute
Whirls of energy (sometimes exhausting)
Into things I was sure you could not get in to (do you conspire?)
Food—one of you always eating, anything and everything
One of you always eating, demanding almost anything and everything (not sure which is which sometimes)
Both of you know how to plead and beg
One SCREAMS and POUTS and CRYS (tonight it was for a 3rd lollipop after dinner--denied)
The other PURRS and POUNCES OVER AND OVER AND OVER (you put him down—he is up/you move him to another room/he comes back)
Under foot, underneath, under covers (one to play sleepy time—and laugh and “hide”; the other to play “surprise! – let me stab your feet with my claws!”)
And Growing before my eyes
Things I haven't had the chance of doing yet or been prevented from doing: See my son's presentation on Rabies for his biology ...
This is why I love the school years at Willow's age. I get inundated with TONS of projects and drawings and colorings and rainbows a...
Recently, online, I saw an article about some parents getting upset because a school had sent out a notice that kids would not be making &qu...
That was a quick weekend! Michael had a driving lesson, Willow is prepping for her recital on 20th. She is going to be playing piano an...