time since I have sat down and just rambled about my little bug Harry. I think its because he is no longer a baby so
typical milestones happen less often and life is generally more consistent. However for my lad and his magic ears there
are so many milestones that I just don’t realise he has surpassed and I have
found myself sitting and realising that for a kid that couldn’t hear just over
a year ago he is doing pretty darn well!!
many words and understands pretty much everything that you say to him. He will point out objects in picture books if
you ask him to find something, his favourite books being anything Peppa Pig (ew)
or Thomas. If you ask him to put his
shoes on you are generally faced with a big fat “NO” but it confirms he knows exactly
what you want him to do, he just doesn’t want to do it like any other two year
a half is really quite hard according to Harry.
Those of you with 18-20 month old babies who think they have entered the
so called “terrible twos”, I promise you that you have seen nothing yet, the
daily meltdowns are REAL people.. get your gin ready!! Yes I am that mum with the screaming wild one
unwillingly strapped in his pram because he wants to run off in town. Don’t you hate the judgey looks from passers
by!? They clearly have never had a 2.5
mini person. He is a terrible eater
which stresses me out daily, he is defo one of those so called beige eaters and
won’t touch fruit or vegetables at home.
We have really started to crack down on it though and I’m becoming quite
strict with his snacks and treats.. any advice would be gladly received
moments. Harry will often run opened
armed and unprompted to embrace us in a huge bear hug and he blows us lovely
kisses every night once hes tucked up in bed.
He has so much to say when I pick him up from his childminders and
babbles away in his own little language whilst dropping the words “garden” and “park”
in here and there.
and always has been a typical boy, in the sense that he loves nothing more
than cars, trains, diggers and planes.
The day is never complete unless hes got one scraped knee and a ton if
dirt under his fingernails! He is
finding the balance between play fighting and actually fist fighting and so far
its not going too well! He doesn’t quite
understand how to tickle someone and its more like pinching and scratching but
he really doesn’t mean to be so aggressive
like life is really great as a family of three right now and although people
around me seem to be extending their families left right and centre I’m so
content with my two boys, my team that seems to be growing ever stronger by the day.