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Well, you’ve heard from the lovely hyper boys, so I guess it’s only fair that finally you hear from the mother of the dangerous team!
Whew, I haven’t done an update in so long I have no clue where to start, lol.
We have been living in Michigan now for almost 8 months. Can you believe that! Man how time flies when you’re having fun!
The first few months were pretty rocky with getting settled in and trying to find daycare for the boys and work and getting use to buses, the area and all that lovely fun stuff after a move. Ha, I think it took like 3 before the livingroom looked like a livingroom.
I was pretty disappointed at first that the boys couldn’t go to Childtime because it was just too far from the house especially since Jaydon loved the structure and did well there. But in the end it all finally worked out and we found the boys a great in home daycare that is right around the corner from our apartment and the boys love her and she does great with them. When the weather is nice and warm, which is ***definitely*** not now, we can walk them to and from daycare. However next year a wagon will be needed. Carrying Kalvin is definitely out of the question by then, lol.
Another great thing that happened was at the end of June is that I finally got a job and it’s with a totally awesome company! I’ve been with Peckham Industries now for a little over 4 months. Again, wow how time flies when you’re working hard! I get to take calls for and learn about all things passport! Man, I didn’t know so much went into getting a passport.
No, this does not mean call, text, tweet or email me asking about them either! I’m currently off duty!
BTW, if you live in any area where there’s a Peckham Industries and need a job, by all means apply at Peckham and tell them May Anderson sent you! They are really great to their employees no matter the disability.
In September Baby J, who’s now that ***awesome*** terrible 3 year old stage started Headstart this year and even though he’s cranky in the mornings now, he loves going to school and getting to ride the school bus.
Check out his first school bus ride here
Aww, I think his mom was trying not to cry. What do you think? lol.
Jaydon as I said is now 3 years old, about 34 pounds and 41 inches tall and is now at the stage where he makes his mother want to pull her hair out due to the fact her perfect angel is gone for good now! ***cries*** I was going through his clothes a few days ago and have discovered that it’s time to raise his clothing size too.
***sighs*** these boys seriously need to stop growing for a while and let me catch up!
Now, whatever hair I don’t pull out because of Jaydon, his owe so adorable little brother Kalvin will gladly pull the rest out himself! Yep, the little bugger loves grabbing onto my hair and pulling as hard as he can!
Can we say ow ow ow ow ow!!!
I’m asking for any donations at all for sleeping drugs or spells to make a certain little baby sleep. I mean seriousl Kal, nice little babies need there sleep all the articles say so!
Sleep, what’s sleep mommy? Sleep is not ment for anyone in this household or anyone named mommy that has to work the next day! Oh no no no no!
The not so little snowman Kalvin is now 10 months old and are you ready for this? He’s about 21 pounds and 31 and a half inches tall. I have to buy him clothes that are for ages 12 to 18 months and I still have no idea for the right shoe size. Talk about tall tall boys!
I have to upload videos of Kalvin to my youtube channel, so unfortunately I can’t add any to this post.
If only I knew that moving to Michigan would have brought such good results after a rough start after moving here, I would have moved here sooner! I do plan on writing more so make sure to keep watch. Lots of fun to be shared from this crazy nuthouse I live in and new additions to add to the family!
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