March is always a big month in our family with 2 birthdays and an anniversary there is always a lot of activity.
Here we are at 24 weeks with Miss K. When compared with Connor and Caleb at the same time of gestation Miss K is still coming in on the small side.
Easter 2016 found us waking up bright and early before heading to church to find out what the Easter Bunny delivered. We spent the afternoon at Grandma Glenda's house where we had our annual hunt and the Small's even joined us for supper. It was a beautiful day, and it's always fun to dye and color eggs no matter how old you are!
We got a little peek at Little Miss the very last day of March for my sugar test. She's 28 weeks here and it was so neat to see her little face and watch her move and wiggle on the screen. She even opened her mouth real wide like she was trying to sing, or yell, you know, whatever.
March also found us with 2 separate trips to the ER....not for Connor....for Caleb. Our first trip was when he tried to get off of one of the metal benches at the baseball field and broke his fall with his face. Lots of blood, and yet by the time we got to the ER he stopped bleeding and was starting to act normal again. We decided it was a split frenulum like Connor did around the same age, and left to go home. We followed up the next day with the pediatrician who confirmed and asked us to follow up with the dentist, which we did. The second trip, a week later was when Caleb decided to jump off the little trampoline onto the ottoman at Grandma's house and landed on his face....again. This time a deep cut next to his right eye that certainly needed attention. They glued him right up at the hospital and that gave us a second Easter with Caleb and a battle wound. I'm telling you, he's our bruiser. My new motto wherever we go now is....please no ER trips!!!
Daddy and Connor competed in the First Annual Star Wars 5K at Walt Disney World and had a blast!!! It was so special for all of us to be there to cheer them on, and Connor did an outstanding job! He was averaging about an 11 minute mile, and they stopped and waited in line a couple times for pictures at special locations. Connor ran as Darth Vador, light saber and all, and Daddy ran as his backup Stormtrooper. I happily made Daddy's shirt using puff paints, as well as Caleb's matching onesie, and Grandma hemmed up Connor's pants so they were shorts instead of long. Such a great memory!!
We also currently have a little boy who wants to potty train himself. He tells me all the time when he needs to go potty, or when he wants his diaper changed. 18 months old and ahead of the game! I'm totally ok with this, though he's trigger shy when it actually comes time to doing anything. We'll get it...all in good time Caleb, stop trying to grow up so fast!!