He can't be a real uncle; he doesn't look enough like Nicholas. I think this is one of those fake uncles we keep hearing about. Either way, he says he can't wait to "spin us up and give us back to our parents." That sounds like fun.
Tuesday, November 7, 2006
Mom said even though you can buy one here http://www.sheraton-hotelsathome.com/, I could not have the Sheraton bed at home instead of the crib for my birthday. Try moving from this at naptime over to a cardboard-bottom-useless-no-good-tough-try-to-make-it-soft-with-a-padded-sheet-pack-n-play at bedtime. Atlanta was fun though. But, like mom said, it was good to be home. Even if I couldn't take that bed with me.
Monday, November 6, 2006
Thursday, November 2, 2006
As part of our transition to the toddler room, we began having lunch with the other kids yesterday. This is all good because I don't think we'll be getting much good training from mom and dad in this area. Ms. Deborah said we sat really well at the little table, and we even used our little forks and drank from our sippy cups. When we were done, we also stole food from our neighbors. These tiny portions aren't going to cut it. Grandpa understands. Nicholas is on day five of soy milk without any break-outs. We also had French Toast and sausage for dinner last night. Mom says that's about as close to scrambled eggs and toast as you can come (especially the way daddy makes it), so we're thinking Nicholas will get to have a birthday cake made with eggs and milk after all.