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Feb

The Post Nap Haze

2017

Some days Max wakes up ready to rock. But a lot of days he wakes up foggy, and he needs a few minutes to truly wake up from his nap. I feel ya buddy. I feel like that most mornings ;)

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Feb

16 Degrees on Feb 15

2017

There are two reasons I picked this photo for today:
1. It’s mid February and the boys were outside in t shirts!
2. Max has a band aid on his forehead after splitting his head open in his sleep, on his head board.

Never a dull moment around here (yes it scared the crap out of me!)

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Feb

Mr. Independent

2017

Mr Independent Max over here.

Lately all we hear is “Me! Me!”. He needs to do everything for himself. Including putting “yam!” (jam) on his toast. At 5:30 am.

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Feb

The Big Bed

2017

It’s official…Max is in a big bed! It happened kind of by accident and I was honestly DREADING it. The first night he came out 8 times and giggled all the way back to his bed. He’s such a jokester!

But we’re 3 days in and he’s doing amazing. Fingers crossed he keeps it up!

The rocking chair isn’t going anywhere for a while…that still means there’s a baby in the house to me.

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Jan

Tea Time

2017

Almost everyday the 4 of us sit down at some point for a snack, a warm drink and a visit. It’s not always quiet, it’s often messy. But it’s just so us.

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Jan

Cereal Mission

2017

Bedhead, concentration, and most of all determination. He’s disgruntled with me for interrupting his cereal mission.
When we designed our new kitchen I had no idea it would be so kid friendly. They can get their own dishes and cutlery and cereal, and they can set the table and be all ready.
Most of the time Callum asks. But not Max. No, no, not this headstrong boy.

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Jan

Go, Go, Go

2017

Max has been LOVING climbing under our covers right after his bath and reading “choo choo” – Thomas the Train.

“Go go go!” He’ll repeat over and over as he flips through the pages. He is always insisting – “Read me. Read me”.

So I lie there and listen to his brain making sense of the story.

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