Monday, July 05, 2010

Happy 4th!

Yes, I know there is one kid missing. Just couldn't get a share worthy photo....
Don't worry Little J fans...a Little J post is on it's way and I promise sweet photos!
This was Peanut J's first 4th of July! I can't believe a year ago I was still ubber preggo with him and telling him every day to stay put until his planned arrival date...sniff...sniff....I really can't believe that he's almost a year old already! Yikes! Where has the year gone?
We've been super busy lately! Little J is enjoying his extended summer school and Princess J is missing her school. Hopefully we'll have a play date soon with her BFF Brian from school! She seriously did not like boys when she started school....but Brian's sweet nature and a little persistence has paid off. He is adorable and sweet! Peanut J is getting into his groove. He is obsessed with the remote control....nothing can stop that boy from trying to obtain and control! He is all over the place these days....that kid can crawl fast! He's cruising around and testing the water balancing on both feet. He's braving the step taking, but ends up on his booty 90% of the time.
With Little J's new respite caregiver, we've been able to take a few adventures! Last week, we hit the zoo and the fair after Little J got out of school. The kids had a blast! Pictures of those outings coming soon too.
Coming soon:
Zoo Outing!
Fair Outing!
Little J graduates from Kindergarten!
Peanut J is 11 months!
Princess J is divalicious and knows what she wants!
....and probably a few other things I'm forgetting!


June said...

Hi Laurie,
I found your blog tonight and it is such a great place. I didn't see where you live however. I used to be the Idaho,Montana, Wyoming contact person for the foundation years and years ago, when my son Landon was so very small. My son has Angelman Syndrome and is the joy of my life. He is now 23 years old. I had him in the 'old days' of the syndrome, when it was so hard to get a diagnosis. At that time he was only the 176th in the world to have the deletion postitive diagnosis, only because the genetic test was so new. Of course they would learn that there were so many more than that...LOTS more. It has been a pleasure to look around your blog and connect again with a parent.

Tayde said...

playing catch up on your blog...I have many I follow and you're the reason I'm smiling today:) all the always have such great stories and I love your wonderful attitude!:) I just can't get over your baby is not a baby anymore, I mean it's like where did the cute lil babies go? mine is 9months and already on the go and doing so much it's scary! oh sure does need to slow down!:) lots of lundlove your way!

Teena in Toronto said...

Happy blogoversary :)