Good grief, I hope not!
Gavin and I had an interesting conversation the other morning while I was changing Bekah's diaper.
G: Mommy, where is "Bebah's" pee-pee?
(I knew EXACTLY what he was talking about, but tried to divert his attention elsewhere.)
M: Her pee-pee is in the diaper. She went potty in her diaper.
G: Nooo, her PEE-PEE, mommy. (says this while patting HIS pee-pee)
M: Oh, well, she doesn't have a pee-pee like you, Gavin. Only boys have pee-pees like that. Bekah has a girl pee-pee.
Whew! That conversation could have been a lot worse than that! Glad he was happy with just that explanation. I've been wondering when he was going to notice that they weren't the same. I'm surprised that it's taken this long, considering he always watches me change her diaper and that they take baths together.
I think next time Daddy will have to give the details, though. I'll just have to make sure I'm around to hear what HE has to say! :)
Monday, August 10, 2009
Good grief, I hope not!
Posted by 4theloveofmyfamily at 9:24 PM
Friday, August 7, 2009
Wow, where did the week go? I know I promised that I would update my blog while the hubby was home, and now he's on his second night back to work! I don't know what happened!! I guess I was just either too busy or too tired (imagine that!). So, anyway, back to the update...
Gavin's party was a success. We did a Yo Gabba Gabba theme this year and I have to say that everything turned out just as I was hoping it would!! From the invitations to the birthday banner to the party hats to the cake topper...everything was handmade. I was really surprised at how easy everything was to put together. So much easier than Bekah's party. Maybe I was stressing out over her party or something. (DUH!) Anyway, Gavin loved all of it, so that is what matters the most.
He sure did make out like a bandit, though. Lots of cool gifts, this little guy did receive. (Channeling my inner Yoda) He also had TONS of fun with the kids in the sandbox that Daddy had put together last minute. (He'll have to put together a bigger one next year!) Gavin was sure one happy camper!!
On a sentimental note, I really can't believe that my little guy is FOUR YEARS OLD. He is getting so big and growing up to be such a wonderful little man. (We do still have THOSE days, but we get through them!) It makes me sad to think that things will not always be this way, and it really makes me treasure all these little moments with him (and Bekah) that I have. I hope he always know just how much his Mommy loves him.
Posted by 4theloveofmyfamily at 8:19 PM