Then I heard her call him "Ba-Boy" tonight and I paused. "Ba" is the word she has always used for Paul. During this trip I also heard her say "Grandpa-Ba!" and now, finally, Patrick is "Ba-Boy."
And as her vocabulary is growing she does seem to be calming down a bit... sometimes... okay... once in a while...
Apparently Sadie's enlisted her in the lobbying effort for more babies.
|Apparently when a baby gets much bigger than this in our house|
the little one's start lobbying for more...
There have been several tantrums over my insistence that he hold my hands while he's standing, since he can't yet stand on his own. He'd prefer to lean back slightly against my legs and have me lunge wildly to catch him when he topples over. I'm not really cool with this plan. But he's determined...
Yes, that's the joy of flying with my husband.
So I'm especial excited to fly with him and the three kids on our upcoming journey from California to Michigan! Maybe he won't be kept quite as long while holding a squirming two year old and juggling her car seat?
Sadie and Mae's birthdays are just around the corner and I haven't started sewing yet. And Sadie's requests are varying from "a Saint Bernadette dress" to "a Saint Therese dress" daily. Hopefully she makes us her mind before I start sewing... because once the fabric has been purchased... no more mind changing will be allowed!
stalking her blog, waiting for updates and last night's updates means it is time for even more prayers that her sweet little one stays put and continues to grow.
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My brother in-law has the same problem as Paul! He's a computer engineer and travels to Asia frequently for business, but a few years ago his name was placed on the no-fly list. It makes all of his trips an exhausting, infuriating struggle. His name is John Black, by the way. Pretty sure he's the only guy in the world with an unusual name like that! ;)ReplyDelete
Paul's being watched? He didn't donate to the Republican Party, did he?ReplyDelete