Last night I was helping Aiden get ready for bed... I don't really do anything. I'm more like a referee. When he gets sidetracked, I just steer him back into action. Anyway, he announced that he didn't want to wear a Pull-Up to bed. He wanted to wear his underwear. I explained that he couldn't go pee in his pants. If he had to go in the middle of the night, he would need to get up and use the potty. He seemed on board with it, and who am I to stifle his growth?
I was laying in bed trying to force my eyes open after my alarm went off this morning when I heard Aiden come out of his room. He went straight to the bathroom, used the facilities, and then headed back into his room. MY BOY STAYED DRY THROUGH THE NIGHT!!! I can't even believe it! I know it's only one time, but this is so exciting. It would be fabulous if I didn't have to buy Pull-Ups anymore! Not that we go through them very fast, but still - one less thing to pay for.
Then! He picked out his clothes for preschool, got dressed, pulled out his socks and shoes and came to me for help. We just bought new Spiderman light-up shoes, so he likes to do the Velcro himself. Seriously, could this be any more exciting??
Every morning, Travis gets Mila dressed for daycare. It makes me chuckle every time I see him holding up a onesie to a skirt to see if it matches. Anyway, I have noticed some of Mila's clothes have been a little snug lately, so I asked him to find a 6-month outfit. It fit so well. My almost-4-month-old is wearing 6-month clothes already! =(
Where has the time gone?