- Molly and Jack both started walking.
- Mommy and Daddy learned about the importance of baby-proofing.
- Jack learned to say "Up!", which was insanely cute for about 2 days, until I swore that if I heard UpUpUp one more time... Well, you get the idea.
- Jack expanded his vocabulary to include juice and go, and spent most of the month with a nasty upper respiratory infection. He loves stealing his sissy's lovey and blanket, so she caught all of his germs, too.
- Molly has no real words yet, but is steadfastly holding on to her catchphrase, "duckaduckaducka". I'm sure that she's trying to tell us something brilliant and life-changing, but for now, it is just really adorable to hear. Meh... She'll talk eventually. I hope.
-Both kids have decided that food is for the birds, and that they shall subsist on macaroni and grilled cheese until they go to college (where they'll only be able to afford junk like this, and they'll wish they'd taken advantage of the great food we made for them...).
October: (we're almost caught up, folks!)
- Molly has learned to shut doors and loves to run down the hall and shut herself in her room. She'll play happily by herself until she realizes that she's alone. Then she has a panic attack. Silly girl.
- Jack is in major boundary testing mode. He'll open a cabinet that he knows is off limits and just stand there, waiting for me to notice. Once I see him, he rushes to grab something and hand it to me, like he's trying to help. It's so hard not laugh!
- They are starting to play with each other. By "play", I mean that they steal each other's toys and notice when it happens.
- We're working on rolling/throwing their soccer balls back and forth, and it is the only activity that will hold their attention for more than 30 seconds. Thank God (and Nana) for balls.
They are both so much fun right now. Paul keep saying what a joy they are, and he's absolutely right. This age is my favorite so far. Whew! 3 months in a flash. I swear, it was almost that fast in real life.