Lately the last couple of days have led me to ask myself the question, "Is it already time for this?". As a lot of you know TxMommy's daughter D was in town and giving haircuts at $10 dollars a head, so the kids and I headed over. Mya was pretty upset at the idea of sitting still while there were toys in the other room, but I couldnt stop asking myself, "is it already time for her to be getting her first haircut?". It sure didn't feel like it. I couldn't get a very good picture because I had to hold her on my lap, but it sure is cute to see her with her big girl hairdo
Then today it was past time for me to put away the clothes that Aiden has already grown out of..."is it already time for this?" Keep in mind he just turned 3 months old a week ago and the clothes we are getting out are 6-9 months! Luckily we got so many clothes from the shower I have a whole box of bigger clothes to replace the small ones with, but still I can't believe it's already time for this.
Finally, I keep asking myself if it's already time to start thinking about Christmas! Didn't we just get done carving pumpkins? Is it time to start thinking about Gifts, Parties, Travel plans, etc. Some stores are already playing Christmas music! more and more it just feels like I just want to scream "I'm not ready yet!"
Kimball just got a 99% evaluation from the Urologist he has been rotating with! We are so proud of him. The Doctor said he can tell when certain students are cut out for surgery (no pun intended)! Now we just hope he'll put it in writing for a good letter of recommendation.
We just had our turn for hosting dinner group, we had 13 people in all! It was a lot of work but even more fun!!
Mya is loving school, and the cutest thing happened when I dropped her off today. She walked in the class room and 3 or 4 kids came running up to her saying "Hi Mya!" and they were so excited to see her, it made my heart melt!
Aiden is now laughing! I have found that if I startle him or make a quick movement 1 of 2 things happens he either laughs hysterically, which in turn makes me laugh hysterically,
or he cries until he is coddled and emphatically apologized to. I've come to the decision that its so cute when he laughs that I'm comfortable with taking my chances.