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Jesse and Cody | the first three weeks with two boys

We are loooooving having two boys at home. It gets hard to keep Cody away from Jesse sometimes, but we know he just loves his little bro so much that he literally can't resist him. It's as if it is Cody's only sense of control or something, so that's how he acts out, by kissing and hugging and helping with Jesse. Granted, the love is way tooooo much, but we are dealing with it. 

Jesse is a champion newbie. He sleeps, eats and poops. Just two or three days ago did he really start staying awake for bigger spurts in the day and sleeping more at night! Hooray for Jesse! 

Cody passed a new milestone too: he's discovered "i done nap" and climbing out of his pack and play. Pray that he doesn't figure out the crib yet: I'm not ready for a bed-bed yet. He likes to use the toilet in his little seat but still hasn't started official potty training. 

Update: he can climb out of his crib now. Easily. 


It's been a good 3 weeks! 
God is good.

Comments

Sally said…
Thanks for sharing! They are so precious but grow up so fast!

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