Isaiah can open the doors in our house now, including the one in his bedroom. This discovery has opened up a hole new world of possibilities for him and he is taking full advantage. No longer does he holler for Mom or Dad after he wakes up in the morning or from a nap. Instead, he just gets up, puts his nuk in the drawer, and comes out to find you! This morning was particularly cute because Evan and I were still in bed when all of a sudden I felt like someone was watching me. I rolled over to see a cute little face right at the level of the bed. Isaiah smiled and said, "Hi Mama."
About 30 minutes later, after we were done playing and tickling him, we finally got out of bed. It was a good morning.
I'm Sarah. I live in Wisconsin and I love everything about it. Except the winter. And the humidity in the summer. And the mosquitoes. Ok, so mostly I love cheese, beer and the Packers. My house is full of trucks, dirt, and torn jeans. Coffee is crucial.
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