Last night when I talked to Rosie on speaker phone, she told me "Rodie's eating." She sang itsy-bitsy spider and twinkle twinkle little star for me. I told her I wasn't feeling well (tooth) and she wanted me to go back to sleep. She picked up the phone so she could say a special "bye bye auntie."
She is very sweet!
Sunday, December 05, 2004
Sunday, November 28, 2004
She's a real chatterbox with us and at daycare, but I noticed when I spent Thanksgiving at my parents', she is very quiet and focused with them. I think they are so attentive to her every need that she doesn't feel it's necessary to vocalize over there? She spends a few hours with them every weekend.
Wednesday, November 03, 2004
Auntie M sized up the situation this way:
"AJS will come around. He was so scared before, remember? He's just a grumbler by nature, so he needs his grumbling space. And he's such a good daddy. Rosie will love a sibling!"
Here's Kelly's take:
"I was really hoping AJS would keep his sh*t together, especially since this can't come as a complete surprise (hm?) and since Rosie is just about the cutest, sweetest, most charming bundle of 2-year-old EVER. But it is a big thing, a big wonderful thing, but yes, a big thing."
From the backseat, sweet little Rosie held her arm out toward him and said,
"Calm down, dad-dee!"
What a little darling! He forgot what he was saying immediately and thanked her for calming him down.
Tuesday, August 10, 2004
Yesterday afternoon, she and I looked at a new daycare center. It's a beautiful location! I was very impressed with the facility. The director didn't tell me exactly how long the wait on the waitlist might be; they need more information from me, and then will do some elaborate calculation with our eligibility versus other on-site families, etc.
Rosie is back at daycare today. Her teachers were very impressed with the BM in the potty that she did at home yesterday! The lead teacher told me that they hadn't even been trying potty-training on her yet. I guess they will be working on it now.