Monday, July 03, 2006

To The Day

Today was a milestone for Annamaria. She took her first unassisted steps. Five of them. From me to her closet. This will be easy to remember because today she is 14 months old to the day. Sophia took her first steps when she was 13 months old to the day. And Harrison took his first steps when he was 11 months old to the day. Weird, huh? I think I just have very timely kids. Both Sophia and Harrison were born on their due dates, and Annamaria was 12 hours late of her due date. Now what the heck is going on with Harrison and his potty training, I have no idea, but he's definetly late. So much for his timeliness in that category.

Unfortunatelly I don't have any photos to post. Not of Harrison and his potty training, but of Annamaria taking her first steps. Not only did I not have my camera handy, but it wouldn't matter anyway since I'm stuck using Vince's computer in the pantry which doesn't have the camera software loaded on it. Sorry.


Lena said...

Yaa! How exciting. I love to watch them learn to walk. I wish her and Olivia could be toddling around together. No, maybe I don't cuz that would be double trouble.

Hope the house sells soon.


Anonymous said...

Hi Dawn, Diane gave me your blogsite and I've been following your journal and love the photos. Sounds like quite a leap to be moving to Montana! I hope it works out for you. Regarding the toilet training, boys are just not as interested as girls. Back in the Day, we put "training pants" on them (not thick diaper pull-ups) and when they got wet, they got the idea!

Jessica said...

Hello? Dawn? Where are you? What's up? Dying to know what is going on over there... BLOG! :)