I thought I would give you a glimpse into the precious treasures whom I refer to collectively as my chitlins:
those behaviors that will make his life easier (i.e. taking a deep breath when he needs to calm down or asking politely for things). His blonde hair and blue eyes are still there. He does NOT like ANY injustice done to ANYONE, and will cry over said injustices if he feels someone needs to be helped. He will enter kindergarten in the fall taught by yours truly. Pray for him. He recently learned how to jump rope, to swing himself, and when he lays down with me, he suggests praying with me (and he leads). He is the one who will tell me things to put me on cloud 9, like at the end of the day when he says, "Mom, I'm so glad to be your son," followed by, "And you're glad to be my mom (bc I tell him that a bunch) and I'm awesome." Love this kid. He learned to play "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" on his little keyboard by ear. I lose count of how many times a day he says, "Mom, I just love you."
She very much enjoys pushing her older brother's "go crazy" button, mostly by taking something a running away. Lastly, she refers to the movie credits as "crickets." We affectionately refer to "Beautiful" by Mercy Me as "The Therese Song...." which she frequently requests. She is very forgiving... after some time, of course. I pray she keeps her curls and her lisp as long as possible. But, as David says, if she could keep her nose-picking habit through high school, that would save us a lot of trouble in the dating scene.
Micah Philip- T - 6 weeks- He enjoys kickball, soccer, spinning class, kickboxing, and yoga. [Your predictions here]
(And as for Agnes and Andrew, our two angels in Heaven , they are absolutely perfect in every way!)