To read more about 3 People 12 Times or see last month’s, go here. This month, we waited to take our family picture until Landon’s first birthday. What a special day.
February went by so fast. Landon learned to walk, now takes baths in the big bathtub, and then yesterday we celebrated his birthday. Such a fun, bittersweet day. It is so hard to believe that a whole year has gone by, not to mention that you have gone from being 4 pounds 11 ounces to over 20 pounds! I even got out one of your newborn pajama sleepers just to remind myself how little you were and how far you’ve come! And just the other day, you learned to give kisses! Talk about melt a mama’s heart! You are Mr. Personality, and I know we will have our hands full very, very soon! As I type, Kris is two weeks away from being done with his BA. It has been a long road, one that started before we met, but people, he’s only two weeks away! I am so proud of him for sticking with it, especially this last year. That said, I cannot wait for him to be done. Not only will we have more time with him, but the Honey-Do lit I have for him is somewhere near three miles long. It’s amazing all the stuff that needs doing or fixing or upgrading in a house built in 1920. It’s going to be a busy summer. And I have just been doing the usual. Being home with Landon most days, working on stuff for our downtown and keeping busy with pictures. I embarked on a Photo-A -Day of Landon for the last 26 days, and I am so glad I did. I have two days left to finish, and then a rad collage to put together. It has been fun to document all the stuff he does, and I look forward to doing this every February with him. I am so thankful to have such a supportive family and great clients. I am looking forward to spring weather (as it snows outside again), two trips I have planned next month and my brother being back in the States very, very soon.
*about 5 hours after I posted this, my brother called to say he was home from Afghanistan. I was thinking it would be a week or longer, so after writing “very, very soon” above, I guess I was right!*