We have definitely outgrown our apartment. The kid's toys, books, bouncy chairs, exercise balls, stuffed animals, and swings now fill every corner and wall of the house. Kaydence is slowly loosing running space and with Kameron becoming more and more mobile each day it will only be a matter of time before we have two little ones wondering around. So more space is definitely needed.
Yesterday, I took my finals for spring quarter and I am pretty sure I rocked them! I am actually finally seeing an end in sight to my degree. It will have only taken me eight years and four majors; however, in one short year I will finally have obtained a degree, and I am very excited. It has been three weeks since my Hernia surgery and I am feeling AMAZING! I feel as though I am finally back to my old self and I am eager to get back into the swing of things.
This past weekend we went to Flaming Geyser Park and had a great time with our Papa, Uncle Jer, and Julibear! The beautiful pastoral views and country homes had my heart skipping beats. As Sting once said "Be Still My Beating Heart," country living will one day be ours! We had such a great day at the park. See for yourself...
|Loving our new Ergo Baby Carrier|
|Loving the look of Kaydence as a county girl!|
Kaydence and Kameron pull at my heart strings everyday. I just can't believe how incredibly blessed I am to have two such beautiful and wonderful children. Each day these two amazing little people blow me away with there intelligence, strength and cuteness. I am one very lucky mama!
Kameron is weeks, possibly days, away from crawling. He is a very determined little guy and knows what he wants. He officially has two teeth and is more than ready for solids in a month. He is such a happy baby and when he smiles his face turns into a big round ball. He is still growing exponentially, and is just pounds behind his sister. He has the patience and neediness of his mother which means mommy and daddy go nowhere without out 20lb baby in tow.
My sweet firefly, Kaydence, has officially hit her "terrible two's" one month early. Her personality seems to shine through more and more each day! She is beginning to role play and it is so much fun to be a part of it. She has made her closet her "house" and she is constantly cooking up some tasty treats for daddy and I to enjoy. The role playing has me Pinteresting and Googling all the things I can do to help her little imagination grow. I definitely think a sturdy play kitchen and dress up cloths are in her immediate future. Speaking of future. My little girl will be 2 years old in just one short month! I have no idea how this happened, and it is such a bittersweet time. I love to watch her grow physically and cognitively, but my heart aches for my little girl to just stay little.
I am bringing this to a close for today. Although brother is big, he is still defenseless so I must go save him from his roughhousing sister. Till Next time...(very soon)...Happy Hump Day!