Monday, May 26, 2014

23 months old

Time truly does fly by. While we are gearing up for surgery in the morning, we managed to have a very nice weekend with all of our family and even had some one-on-one time.

Auntie Ca and cousin Marri are on their way home to Seattle, but we had a great time playing and adventuring. Saturday evening was spent with my whole family and Sunday we celebrated the graduations of Jimmy's brother and sister. We were able to see every single person in our immediate family over the course of two days. 

We can hardly believe that the little dragons will be two in a month. It is surreal. They are small, but are growing and changing fast. They have a lot more temper tantrums now, and I guess you could call this the "terrible two's"; but I have a feeling we could be here for a while. 

Here are what the babies are into right now:

Book: Hop on Pop
Song: "Gummybear Song" 
Words: Maisie talks up a storm. New words include "avocado" and "applesauce", along with lots of beginning sentences
Toy: Violet
Food: cheese sticks, cookies, pancakes, waffles, avocado
Animal: dog, kitty, dragon
Time of the Day: anytime we eat!
Activity: playing outside
Color: blue or purple
Clothing Size: 9-12 months, maybe some 18 months but she can wear 6 month shorts 
Shoe Size: 3.5 wide
Weight: 19 lbs
Height: 30.25 inches
Number of Teeth: 14+

Book: Baby Beluga
Song: "Baby's Getting Up" by Caspar Babypants 
Words: anything ball-related. His favorite phrases are "I love ball" and "hey dude"
Toy: Any kind of ball
Food: any and all food
Animal: dragon
Time of the Day: eating
Activity: playing with balls and being chased
Color: green
Clothing Size: 9-12 months, maybe some 18 months but he can also wear 6 month pants 
Shoe Size: 3.5
Weight: 17lbs 1oz
Height: 30.25 inches
Number of Teeth: 13+

We check in at 9am tomorrow and are scheduled for the Operating Room at 11am. We'll keep everyone posted on James's surgery. 

Maisie is slowly feeling better but it is a slow road. She definitely gets winded and needs her medication, but is weaning a bit on the oxygen (not really our idea - mostly hers - but her saturations are cooperating).

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