We got to go to the new MTC open house last night with our family. I love sharing MTC stories with the kids and seeing the new facilities. They look very nice and they have nice peaceful areas to study in. I made Ada excited to be a missionary and for her cousin Ruth to start her Mission soon.
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
This kid has had a rough couple of days, but I hope it will help. It was rough to get through for both him and me, but we made it. When we went to the specialist months ago, he took one look in Seth's mouth and said that he could do a sleep study but that the tonsils and adenoids had to come out. I thought they might have to because he's snored loudly from day one, but honestly I didn't want to deal with it. I had to when he started having sleep apnea issues.
He was what my sister calls a terrible patient. He did want to get dressed in the hospital gown, didn't want to sit on the bed, didn't want to take the medicine, hit the nurses any time they came too close to him, ripped out his IV in post-op, screamed until I put his regular jammies on and walked him out to the car.
Family night activity. Seth didn't want to stay in bed any more and we took a jaunt to the park. We kept it slow for him, but he loved getting out.
I can't believe my baby's 3. Time goes by so fast. Seth loves trains, cars, trucks, tractors, etc... He loves cuddling with Mom and wrestling with Dad. He wants to be with his siblings all the time. He can count to 10, rides his bike like a pro, asks where his family is whenever they're gone, loves nursery now, consistently uses the potty, loves his kitty and doggie... He's learning to be okay with other people.
Dad made him his own train table. He's a cute little engineer. He stops it, speeds it up, pauses it and then says, "There."
Showing off how he can control the train to Dad.