Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Gung-o night night....Cookie slippers...No Potty for 6 mos...


How cute is my boy???

Well...I'll tell ya. This afternoon after his nap I heard him in his room talking. So, I listened at the door and then walked in. He didn't hear me open the door so I watched him for a second. He was talking to his stuffed animals in bed with him. He noticed me and started to smile. I said, "Did you have a good nappie?" He smiled and said, "Gungo Night Night" (Gungo is Elmo). I looked over the side of his bed and this is what I saw. Elmo, Kalepo the monkey, Cookie Monster all face down going "night night" with a blanket covering them. Is that not the most precious site. I took the picture to capture the moment. I wish I could have bottled it up and kept that very moment forever. The innocence of a child, what a blessing.

How do ya'll like Luke's new cookie monster slippers? They're my Thurs. bargain at the thrift store. .75 cents for those hot little numbers and they are exactly his size. Can you say, "Meant to be?" For those of you asking about how potty training is going well....let's just say no more potty training until Luke hits around 2 1/2. I just don't think he's ready yet. You ask why....well 5 pee pee'd in big boy undies and one "poop ball" undies in 1 hour and I said no thanks, don't think you're ready yet. Every time he would say, "Uh Oh tee tee" AFTER he already went. At 2 1/2 I'm going to try Sharon's idea of every 30 minutes putting him on the potty. For now we'll just talk about the potty and ready his mind. That's all the excitement I can handle for one day. Later taters.

3 comments:

Blueeyes said...

Once Luke is ready for potty training, it will go very smooth! I heard boys are easier than girls!

Brooke said...

He is the sweetest little thing!
He will get the concept of potty training..maybe just in his own time!

Kirtus and Dana said...

I thought my two would never go potty. And they did. We just did a lot of positive reinforcement and lots of trips to the potty. My son got the concept well before my daughter. But, Morgan is very stubborn. If it is her idea it seems to work much better than if it is my idea. Potty training is oh so much fun!!!!