Saturday, December 12, 2009
First off his fav. movie is CARS. Absolutely loves that movie, and can quote a few lines from the movie. Some of his fav lines are:
"Lane Change Man!", "Boy, you're in a heap of trouble", "Real gone", "I gotta Say it", and he knows the entire chorus of "Life is a HIghway"(which he calls Mack's song.) He also calls all police cars "heap of trouble". Which I find very funny. Every time he sees a police car, he will say "Mama, here comes a heap of trouble" LOL
He really is growing up so fast. Tonight he told me he was cold, and I needed to turn the heater up. He also told me that he was not dirty and did not need a bath tonight. When he says things like that I can't help but stop and wonder where did my baby go. I love this age and I love watching him grown and learn, but it does make me a little sad to see him growing up so fast.
He also has such a sweet, sensitive side about him. He really does care about others at such a young age. The other day, I was a little down. It was just one of those days, and I was really missing my mom. So, I just sat down in the chair and cried. Patrick was busy playing with his toys on the floor, but he looked up and saw that I was crying. He got a real concerned look on his face. He jumped up and said "Be right back. Gonna go get my baby", and then he ran to his room. He calls his lovie his baby. It is a stuffed animal puppy dog that he has had since he was born. It has definitely seen better days, but it is definitely his security, and always makes him feel better. Well, he returns to the living room with his baby. He says, "Here mama. Baby will make it all better." He gave me his baby, and gave me a kiss. And I sat there amazed at what a sweet, caring little boy he is.
The holidays have been a blast this year so far. Patrick loved Halloween. And now he is definitely in the Christmas spirit. He loves to look at Christmas lights and listen to Christmas music. He loves all the Christmas movies. His fav holiday movies are : Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and A Flinstone Christmas. We currently have 3 Christmas trees in our house, and Patrick helped decorate all of them. And I am proud to say that Patrick is beginning to understand the importance of giving. I took him shopping last week so that he could help pick out Christmas presents for his friends. And he was very receptive to the idea. He picked out toys for all his friends. He used to get upset when I bought a toy for one of his friends. He would get upset that he couldn't play with it. But now, he understands that those toys are meant for someone else. Tonight he helped me wrap the gifts, and he put them underneath the Christmas tree. He understands that those toys are for his friends. And he keeps asking me if I think Colten, Logan, etc will like it. He has not received one gift yet, but he loves everything about Christmas. And I think that is wonderful. With the over commercialization of the holidays, and the stress about getting/giving the perfect gift, it is nice to see that Patrick, in all his innocence, gets joy from listening to Jingle Bells, wrapping presents, and snuggling on the couch with his babies and watching some holiday classics.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Below is a recent pic of my precious little boy who never ceases to amaze me.
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Tonight he played hide-n-seek for the first time. It was so cute!!! He went and hid behind this chair underneath his easel. And Lenny would walk around the house saying "Where is Patrick" Is he in the bathroom?" Patrick would snicker and say Nooo. This went on for a bit until Lenny "found" Patrick. Then Lenny went to hide, and me and Patrick looked for him. It was so great to see and experience this with Patrick. Every new "First" that he experiences is such a joy. I feel so blessed that I have been able to stay home with him, and watch him grow, and change on a daily basis. I sometimes want to hit the pause button. He is at such a fun age right now, and is still so innocent.
His favorite phrase of the moment is "Go to Walmart, and find it." I don't really know when he started saying this, but I find it sooooo funny. The other day I was looking for his shoes, and Patrick says "Go to Walmart, and find it." We are out of icecream, and Patrick says, "Go to Walmart and find it." Anytime we lose something, are out of something, etc. Patrick's solution is Go to Walmart. I really think he should advertise for Walmart! This morning was classic! He woke up with a very bad case of bed head! So, I attempted to comb out all of Patrick's knots which he did not like one bit. He was fussing, and I told him that I was sorry, but I had to get the knots out of his hair. Once guess as to what his response was : "Go to Walmart, get new hair". Only if it were that easy...
I know I have not blogged in a while, but it is hard for me to keep up with all the smart, funny, crazy things that Patrick does on a daily basis. I will try to do better at writing because I never want to forget these amazing times that I get to spend with my little boy.
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
So, late yesterday afternoon I attempted to install a program. Little did I know that this was no ordinary program. Oh, no! This was the program that literally ended ALL programs! I should feel lucky that I did end up backing up all of our pictures up until March 25th of this year. Unfortunately, I lost the ones from there after. Good think Kara and I uploaded most of the good ones to Facebook and Youtube, otherwise, it would be even worse.
So, lesson learned….ALWAYS FREQUENTLY BACK UP YOUR STUFF!!!I have no excuse. We own a 1 Terabyte external hard drive. I feel like such a computer loser! I mean…its not like it is my job to tell people on a daily basis to backup their data. I mean, if that were the case, then I would REALLY feel like a dumbass….oh, wait…that is my job… *SIGH*
Sunday, July 26, 2009
One great thing about Patrick's love of dance is it's a great way to get him to clean! He usually has his toys thrown all over the living room floor. I will tell him he has to clean up if he wants to dance. And we will run around the room picking up all his toys and say "Gotta clean, Gotta clean!"
Thursday, July 23, 2009
I am sorry that this post is all about the potty, but this seems to be the only topic of conversation at our household at the moment! I am sure this is the first of many potty post. I just had to share our great news today. My baby is a big boy now!
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Tonight Patrick said something that I personally thought was so funny. I will give a little background info first. Patrick really likes robots, and it is really hard to find robots. So, I youtubed some videos of the Jetsons and Rosie the robot. He only watched it a couple of times, and that was about a month ago. Well, tonight Lenny was trying to teach Patrick "Ring around the Rosie". So, Lenny says:" Ring around". Patrick repeats "Ring Around". Lenny then says: "The Rosie", and Patrick says: "The Robot?" LOL
Thank you all for reading this blog. I am so proud of my little boy, and I love him more and more everyday.
Patrick Thomas, March 7, 2007
Taken just the other day
Wearing CARS shorts, and notice the car in his hand. He was at Botanical Gardens playing in the sprinklers, but nonetheless insisted on taking a car with him.
Our Big Boy!
This is a pic of us on Easter Sunday.