5.11.2008

Mother's Day, etc

Steve and Tyson have given me a great Mother's Day so far. They woke me up with breakfast in bed. Tyson had eaten some coffee cake and was on a sugar high - it was hilarious. We have been enjoying him so much this week. Now that he's (pretty much) completely healthy we have our fun, energetic son back! His new things are shaking his head no (atleast he doesn't actually say it yet), running even faster, getting to know his classmates, trying to say more words (he's said duck and kitty a few times but not consistently, but he can say mama, daddy, cheese, this), and becoming a VERY picky eater. We are working on that now.


This must look like his nap mat at school. He kept wanting to lay on it (ewwwww)




Jammy, Mommy and Tyson on Mother's Day

On Friday morning, Tyson's school did a "Moms and Muffins" breakfast. They had the cafeteria decorated and served muffins and drinks. Tyson didn't eat a whole lot because he was so excited to be sitting in a big boy chair. He kept patting it and laughing. We were also sitting across from one of his classmates so they kept "talking" to each other. He ate more breakfast when he got to his classroom. It was a cute breakfast. They also gave us some crafts they had the kids make earlier in the week.

Random pictures of Tyson playing and exploring...






Another new thing he does now is sit on the curb when he's playing outside. If there is a toy or a newspaper closeby, he will grab it, then go sit on the curb and ask you to come sit next to him. It's pretty funny for us to watch. Then he gets up, moves a few feet down and sits down again. Who knows where he got this from! Here he is sitting with Papa on the curb by their house.

Here are some of the things he does. We must ask him to do them too often because he starts doing another one before we even ask him :)

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1 comment:

Linda Torno said...

Keep this wonderful stuff coming! Tyson is so precious and smart. I really liked the little video - it helps Ray and I see how he is growing. We love you all so much, Grandma and Grandpa