Las Quatro Harwoods

Sleepless nights and a baby named Two

So we had a rough weekend.  Maddox was sick and coughing and therefore not sleeping.  Josie has gotten into a pattern of waking up a couple times a night.  All that together means mom and dad don’t sleep to much either.  I’m not good with that.  We made it through though and we’re almost to the other side.  Maddox is still coughing, but he seems to be getting better.  On the positive side of the weekend,  I got to stay home with Maddox on Friday and we had a good time playing, watching Tarzan and running some errands.  We also had a good time playing in the leaves, once I finished blowing the yard.

Halloween is creeping up on us and the kids are getting excited.  Maddox has his Ninja costume and Robyn has made an owl costume for Josie.  That’s what she has requested.  Although yesterday, she also said she was going to be a cat.  We’ll see how this all plays out.  Should be interesting.

Maddox has really gotten into learning to read and write lately.  He’s even loving on some math.  He’s started asking for addition and subtraction problems while we’re driving around in the car.  Grandmama has made it fun for him and he’s just running with it.  I hope the excitement continues.

Josie.  Josie, Josie, Josie.  This girl makes me laugh.  She’s making funny faces, doing silly walks and copying everything she can that her brother does.  This morning in the car she was making crying noises and told me that was her baby.  Apparently she was cold.  Oh and her baby’s name is Two.  She’s maintained that now for at least a week.  Funny.  Her vocabulary is exploding.  She’s talking in little sentences and even trying some different tenses from time to time.  And oh how she loves her brother.  She asks for him in the mornings and still runs to give him a hug.  So sweet.  I love the way the two of them love each other.

My sweet one 
Buddies watching Elmo

Just hanging around


Super Cool

Fall fun
TKD Boy earning his yellow stripe

This entry was published on October 30, 2012 at 6:56 pm and is filed under family, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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