Lots of Wyatt this week again:
February 26, 2009: We had to buy Wyatt a backpack for his speech therapy sessions, so I took him to Target and let him pick one out. He chose this Batman pack because a.) it was a Batman pack and b.) it came with a matching wallet. He was so excited to take it to preschool and show all his friends. Very cute!
February 27, 2009: Our friends Evan and Michelle and their kids were in town from Montreal and Friday night they came over to have dinner with us and hang out. We grabbed our meal at Fatapples and then came back to the house. We set the kids up with Ratatouille on the laptop while the grown-ups (and babies) watched Battlestar Galactica in the living room. The kids conked out on Wyatt’s bed, just as we hoped they would. 🙂
February 28, 2009:Wyatt and his neighbor buddy playing Toy Story in Wyatt’s room. (Yes, of course he has a cowboy themed room. What did you expect?)
March 1, 2009: A birthday party at “Pump It Up” (a bouncy house party gym) was the highlight of Wyatt’s weekend. Adults got to play on the stuff as well, so I had a good time too.
March 2, 2009: Wyatt went to his first speech therapy session. He’s doing an hour per week in a small group classroom setting. He was a little reserved in the session, but afterward he said he wanted to go back, so it went pretty well, I think.
March 3, 2009: Augie had his first solids! Delicious rice cereal mixed into a little mama milk. At first he wasn’t so sure about it, but he warmed up pretty quickly and was soon grabbing at the spoon to put it in his mouth. He also is getting very good at scooting around on his tummy now and he got up on his hands and knees for the first time this week. Crawling is just around the corner, I think!
March 4, 2009: I made dinner rolls to go with the crock pot beef burgundy I made for dinner. The rolls themselves were so-so — not bad, but not amazing either — but the stew was super yum, served over egg noodles. I also took Augie to the doctor for his six month well baby visit. He is 18 lbs, 8 ounces and 27 inches long and he’s in great health.