This is the second week of sickness in our house.
Paul now has a really nasty sounding cough.
Luckily, it isn't to his lungs and he's starting to sound a little better.
He is just so pitiful.
I'm ready for everyone to be well again!
Even though the children have been sick, they have been in relatively good moods.
Paul is always happy, even when he sounds like he is coughing up a lung.
Robert.... not so happy, but still very energetic.
This was before Paul went to the doctor yesterday. Robert decided that he needed some toys to play with.
I haven't gotten much housekeeping done other than the dishes and laundry (which I had to fold a mountain of today).
It's hard when the house isn't organized to get things done.
I've had some really good cuddle time with both my boys, and I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world.
The dirty house will wait, but my boys are growing up too fast!
Paul is now 11lbs and 15 oz!
He's tiny for his age, but growing quickly.
He was pretty much crawling yesterday, it was so cute.
He can get wherever he wants to go, and he can do it rather quickly.
He is so sweet.
Since the house was messy, Hubby was working on a truck, and I knew I was going to have to cook supper soon, I decided it was a great time for us to take Robert's car outside and let him ride it.
He had a lot of fun!
At first, he kept getting out of the car, and didn't want to ride it outside... Kind of strange.
Paul came along for the fun!
He was afraid to ride it up the driveway. So he pulled it up.
I just love how he still pulls his feet up! So sweet!
After riding his car up and down the driveway, he pulled out the tricycle and rode it around for a minute.
This morning, while I was washing the sheets and folding clothes, Robert decided to let Paul play with a few of his toys. He piled them all up around him. He does that all the time.
He can't wait to be able to really play with Paul!
My laundry buddies! :)
Robert helped me sort out all the metal hangers.
We have so MANY metal hangers and most of them don't get used.
I weeded a bunch out today and Robert helped me sort.
Now we have to get rid of all these!
Paul is finished nursing, I'm off to get some more cleaning done!