Tagged with signing

Cassie’s Words and Signs

I’ve had a number of people ask me what Cassie can say. I’ve also had a few people either notice her signing or talk to me about signing. Cassie watches about 3 episodes of Signing Time per day. That’s about 1-1/2 hours. Yeah, I know. Babies aren’t supposed to have any television. But I think … Continue reading

I Don't Want to Forget

I’ve been thinking recently about all the little things that I forget. I’ve been working on journaling Jack’s baby book. (OK, books – 4 to be exact. From pre-birth to his 1st Birthday Party. Anyway…) There were times when I was great about writing – either here or on paper. Then, there are times when … Continue reading

Jack is Amazing!

Jack has had some very cute moments in the last 3 days, so without further ado, I will share them. (Then I’ll install more web design software so I can create a site for Meant to Be.) To start with the most recent first, tonight before bed, Jack and I read The Baby Goes Beep. … Continue reading

General Update

I’ve been using digital scrapping software to create pages, including an entire custom storybook for Jack. Business and Mom… I’m lucky if I get 18 hours of work done in a week. I have no idea how I’m supposed to work with a child. I can’t plunk him down in front of TV – not … Continue reading

Abbreviated Post

Jack has the vocabulary of a 3 year old, and no, that’s not hyperbolic. I was looking up toddler milestones, and 1 book and 2 different web sites all said that a child at 24 months should be able to say “several” single words, and, perhaps, 2-4 word sentences. It’s not until age 3 that … Continue reading

Why My Son Is Cute and Smart

(originally published on LiveJournal) It’s been awhile since I did a good Jack post, so I decided to write some random cute stuff that he’s been doing lately. The first thing that comes to mind involves his books. He’s always loved to turn the pages in books, and he loves to read. He can say … Continue reading

My Beautiful Brilliant Boy

Today, Jack did many adorable and amazing actions: – He helped me put away the Christmas decorations by taking everything out of a bin and putting it back in, many times. – He fell down the stairs from the 4th stair. Not such a good thing to have happened, but he weathered it well and … Continue reading