Tuesday, March 18

bathtime



Ahh, toddlerhood. It sneaks up on you. One day you're sponging carefully around the umbilical cord, and the next you're dodging tsunami-like splashes. Aaron loves his bathtime letters. He sees them and starts "singing" the alphabet song. He's sure getting gigantic.

Yesterday morning, he was playing with a LeapFrog ball that sings the alphabet song as it rolls, and the song stopped at the letter "P" and out of Aaron's mouth comes "QRSTUV" all hooked together like one word, and my jaw dropped. I called Michael, incredulous. At least we know it's somewhere in his subconscious, even though we are unable to duplicate the miraculous event.

6 comments:

Rosemary and Dale said...

Adorable pictures and story!
(What a good daddy your Michael is!!!) Thanks for sharing.
Love, Aunt Rosemary

Abby Sokul Turner said...

How cute! Amazing that he knows what followed "P"! I'm already enduring the tsunami-like splashes, and Elijah is only 9 months! Boy, do I have fun to look foward to!!

Alicia said...

Someone once told me, "the days are long but the years are short" in regards to childhood. So true!

Chloe was the same way with the alphabet. She knew her letters at a very early age - don't underestimate your little guy! I am constantly surprised at how much these little kid brains can hold!

ruth said...

OH, I just want to squeeze him! I don't think he could get any more adorable.

Tim & Richelle said...

Too cute!

And they just keep getting more and more incredible...

Karen said...

Yowza! Doesn't it make you so proud!? He IS gigantic!