WOW!!!! What a month!!! It truly was a fun filled February! I could have truthfully done this in multiple posts but there has been absolutely no time for that, we're too busy! Ha!
At the beginning of the month, Uncle Casey flew down and we did a family trip to Disney World! It's so nice that even though he is so far away, he still gets to come home. Connor can never keep his excitement hidden whenever he knows he's going to see him. Between Aunt Kaitlyn and Uncle Casey, the boys have truly got it made.
We started the first day at Magic Kingdom and got a silhouette made of the boys while we watched the new parade. The parade is awesome! We usually go on rides while the droves are watching the floats because the lines are usually down, but this was worth it. I was impressed!
For dinner we headed over to Epcot to the Coral Reef Restaurant. Great atmosphere, yummy food, and Connor had a blast looking for all of the fish in the tanks. The sharks are always worth the "ooohs" and "aaaaahhhhs".
My kissable cuties! I cannot get over the absolute adoration these two have for each other. Caleb watches everywhere Connor goes, and Connor keeps referring to him as "his baby". Those are the moments when I know we're doing something right! There is no competition for love. They both get it equally, and they are both secure in where they fit in our family. No need for jealousy or trying to one up the other. That will not be tolerated and I am happy to report we have not gotten one ounce of jealousy from Connor.
Caleb Guise turned 4 months old this past week and I cannot get over how big he is! He measured 26 inches long and 14 pounds 4 ounces. Just like Connor he's in the 90th percentile for height and 25-50th percentile for weight. The doctor said we need to start giving him real solids and not just rice cereal. She wants him to have the calories and suggested fruits and vegetables. We attempted just some thick rice cereal and I'm not sure he actually swallowed any. It ended up everywhere! Messiest eater----ever. He did cut his first tooth at 4 months 2 days, and I'm already not looking forward to his first bite. I'm scared really. He's drooling up a storm but he's still the most smiley baby around. He lights up a room for sure, and I can take him anywhere!!!
A month full of memories. I don't take for granted that Grandma Glenda brings them to lunch with me every day. It fills my cup and gets me through the day. I get to hear about Connor's morning at school, and I get snuggles with the baby. I am beyond exhausted, and sleep is still elusive, but I'll sleep when they're teenagers. Right now we're going to enjoy each moment, live life to it's fullest, and enjoy the crazy mess.