Raising Two ADVENTURERS to Love Jesus

Raising Two ADVENTURERS to Love Jesus

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Can't believe he's 3!

Has it really been three years since we were bringing this sweet thing home from the hospital?!  This boy has blessed us beyond measure and added so much joy to our family.  We definitely can't imagine life without him!
Dylan, right now, you love:
 He started Mother's Day Out for the very first time on his birthday!  What a day for a little boy!  He goes on Tuesday/Thursday from 9:00-2:00.   He was so excited and not a bit apprehensive! Daddy took off for the morning and went with us to drop him off.  I think we both left with a loss for words.  He marched in and started playing.  He never looked back!  I am so very thankful for that.  Maybe he will have a love for school like Mommy!  His first day was successful.  He took rice krispie treats to share as a birthday snack.  He ate all his lunch and rested quietly at nap time.  He was raring to go Thursday morning at 7:00am.  I had to convince him that his friends would not be there yet.  Ha!  He did not rest quietly on Thursday, but after listening to a few other moms and his teachers, he was not the only one!  Actually, only 4 children took naps!  He does nap at home, but if all the other kiddos aren't napping, I can promise that this little boy WILL NOT be missing out on the fun!  They are going to try some different options for "rest" time since the majority do not appear to be "school nappers".
You are our fun, kind hearted, and energetic little chatterbox!  WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH!  We look forward to many adventures with you!  

Your three year old stats:
Height: 3 ft. 3 in. 84% 
("the tall kid" as another parent pointed out at MDO)
Weight: 28 lbs. 12%
Shoe size: 9
Clothes: 3T shirts, 2T pants (ONLY with adjustable waist!)
Favorite foods: chicken nuggets, spaghetti, fruit snacks, strawberry cereal bars, lunchables, and watermelon
Favorite activities: reading books, going to the farm, golf course, and Daddy's office, anything outside!

I see this face often....