"Everybody is a genius.
But if you judge a fish by it ability to climb a tree,
it will live it's whole life believing that it is stupid." -Albert Einstein
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He loves play-dates, but he REALLY loves his juice.
100 | 365
First of all, can we all just give a little round-of-applause for me making it 100 DAYS into this project. I must admit, I am extremely surprised and impressed with myself.
On day 100 my husband bought Mason his first bike and Nanny helped Matthew find his belly-button. It was a pretty big day for us all.
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The kids and I decided it was too nice for Auntie Manda to do homework, so we brought her to the park with us. We didn't have to twist her arm very hard.
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Matthew has always handled teething pretty well, but our luck ran out today. Poor baby boy needed a lot of cuddles and both my husband and I took full advantage as this is a VERY rare occurrence with him.
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Matthew was feeling well enough for an afternoon stroll around town and apparently his big brother thought it was a good idea too.
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My youngest was still feeling pretty crummy today. I was carrying him out from his bedroom when Mason stretched his arms out and said, "Mommy, please... my brudder!" I set him down and Matthew instantly snuggled into his lap.
Although Mommy's kisses can fix any owwies, I think big brother's cuddles are the best medicine for a little brother.
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This is Mason, and his friend, Gavin. I love this image just as is, but it means so much more to me that just two toddlers on a walk to the park. Gavin is the son of one of MY first best-friends, Brittany. I think it is the coolest thing that they were born only a few months apart and growing up as friends too.
I think I should title this... "A walk down memory lane."