He’s been two for over a week now, and I still cannot believe how time has flown!
For real little guy?!
You’ve mastered so many new skills this year, taking your amazing little personality to brand new heights! You’ve learned about a hundred words, so many new songs, you can get dressed (and undressed), you can feed yourself, you can dance, you can jump, you can climb, you can do puzzles, you can say your ABCs! You amaze me every day and I am so excited for what you have in store for this year!
- Ice Cream
- Most other food put in front of him.
Oddly enough he asks for cake after singing Happy Birthday to everyone but does not care for the actual cake, he also frequently requests pizza for dinner but also does not appear to like that either.
- Old MacDonald
- Wheels on the Bus
- Happy Birthday
- Baby Bumblebee
- Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
- One two buckle my shoe
- Row Row Row your Boat
- School Buses
- Play kitchen (also real kitchen)
Favorite TV shows
(Please don’t judge us)
- Handy Manny
- Harry the Bunny (Aka “a bunny”)
- Thomas the Train
Favorite Pieces of Clothing
- Helicopter Pajamas
- Dragon Shirt
- SuperWhy Shirt
- Spiderman towel
- Koala bear hat that is way to small for his giant head
One week into being two and we have found that Ike is behaving, very TWO-ish. I can see how this phase may be misconstrued as terrible. Personally, I think you just need to have the right mindset. You see, I am completely prepared for this to be the most difficult to take him places, hard to get through the day, patience-testing year. Now that my bar is set low enough to need a shovel to bury it, things can only go up from here!
Cheers to Two! It’s going to be amazing (or at least not as terrible as I already think it is).
PS Ike had three total birthday celebrations, zero of which were on his actual birthday. He had a Montessori birthday “lesson” at school, a Harold and the Purple Crayon party at home, and a SuperWhy birthday over Thanksgiving at Grandma’s. More to come on the party animal another time.