In November of this year, Radar will be nearly two.
Our diapering days won't be over, but we'll really be tackling the whole potty issue by then.
(Actually, I already bought him a singing potty, but we're still a long ways off.)
November will mark a full year since we stopped breastfeeding.
Radar will have expanded his vocabulary beyond its current standing...
(Mama = Mama)
(U-la = Hola)
(Daddo = Gato)
(sorry Dardo... Daddo does not mean Dardo!)
We'll be looking at milestones like undressing and catching a sneeze.
Radar will be self feeding much better than he is now.
(Despite my post from a couple of weeks back, we are still struggling with self-feeding)
(On the up side, he's got the 'feeding Fanny' thing down pat!)
Right now, Radar's first molars are coming in... by November he'll have molars enough to really chew his food.
Radar will be fully into the swing of being a terrible toddler!
In November I'll be saying things like...
"I can't believe my baby is almost 2!!!"
The days of the helpless infant will seem like a distant memory.
That's where we'll be in November.
But thanks to a very productive mid-term leave from Iraq for my cousin Rafael and his wife Vivi...
In November, they'll be starting again from
Congratulations Vivi & Rafa !!!!
(and Pepe & Vivianita)
(and Tio Pepe & Tia Mary)
We are so, so, so happy for you and can't wait to meet Radar's newest and youngest (so far) cousin!!!
Lots of love,
Titi and Radar