Baby Jo is two years old and it’s almost her turn to experience potty training! She’s excited about these Doc McStuffins Pull-Ups at Family Dollar. We’re hoping that she handles potty training better than her big brother did. He turned it into a potty training disaster game…more about that after I tell you about a great deal. You can text to save on Pull-Ups at Family Dollar! For a limited time, text “CARE” to 28767 to get Pull-Ups training pants for only $8.50 – a savings of up to $2.50!
Hubster discovered this toy, a car that you can put together and take apart, online and knew that C had to own it. Our son loves all things related to vehicles. He has hundreds of cars, trucks and planes, and studies each and every one of them. He talks about the lights, paint colors, doors and windows. When we are driving, he points out cars that look like ours, Grandpa’s, or his aunt and uncles’. A fixation isn’t necessarily a bad thing. You can play it up and use it to help your child learn.
Shhh…don’t look now, but our kids are growing up! C is starting 4k this year. When did he get old enough for school? He has been attending center-based autism therapy since June, but it feels so official now that he’ll be in a preschool classroom as well. I only needed to forget each of these three items once to know that I could never let that happen again. If there’s one thing I could tell you about C, it’s that he knows how to get his point across! Here are the three things C can’t live without for back to school:
Today marks C’s 2-Year Tubie-Versary! Two years ago today, he had his g-tube surgically placed. He was a 2-year-old who was off the bottom of the BMI chart and now he is a healthy, happy 4-year-old. He is in the 20th percentile for weight – the best he has been since birth. He is in the 35th percentile for height. He’s small, but mighty!
I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Carter’s. I received a complimentary gift card to facilitate my review and thank me for my participation.
It is our first experience in the, “Back to School,” realm. C is starting 4k this fall! While I remain in denial that he is a preschooler, there is so much to prepare for back to school! We went to Carter’s to find cute, fresh looks that both C and Baby Jo would love.
Sometimes we wonder when our kids changed, the precise moment they grew up a little. I witnessed it tonight. C has always been in tune with my feelings. Whenever I am sick, he clings to my side with extra cuddles and caresses to my cheek. Tonight he turned into my helper. He stepped in when I wasn’t feeling well enough to do the little motherly things that we do – retrieving a lost water bottle, telling sister it was time for dinner, pulling out her chair when she was finished eating.