Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Future MVP

As Said By Sam

"Is that a good idea?"
"I got out of the car perfectly yesterday."
"I just have one question, Mommy. Okay, Mommy are you listening?"
"I don't want to eat dinner if you give me that green stuff (broccoli)."
"I love my little brother, I want to sleep in his bed."

Monday, December 28, 2009

21 Months...in a few days

Cooper will be 21 months in a few days! And I haven't been doing my Mom duty and keeping everyone up to date. EEEK!

  • Inherited the gift to gab from Mommy and Brother
  • Likes to crawl in bed with Mommy and Daddy before brother wakes up
  • Wants to do everything his brother does
  • Completely Lovable!

  • "Mommy come here", "Help", "I did it!" and "here Mommy" - Just a few phrases

  • Independent
  • Loves trucks and cars
  • Jumps with help
  • Loves COOKIES, but hates dinner

  • Thinks art is cool
  • Can point to arm, back, leg, tummy, elbow, mouth, nose and eyes/ears (he points to his ears when we say eyes)
  • Can nod his head yes
  • Tells us what he wants

Chapstick please....

All I Want for Christmas is a Leafblower

Santa had it kind of easy this year :o)

Twas The Night Before Christmas...

A very cliche tradition.
I am trying to come up with a "Williams Family Tradition" at Christmas. It's kind of difficult as we came from two very different ways of going about the Holiday. I started one, which is having Dave read "Twas The Night Before Christmas", but who doesn't read that?
I am going to keep trying....it may take a few years..but I am gonna try.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

More Happy Pictures


Well, what did you expect?

I will admit, I am kinda of crazy about schedules. I have always been this way, we must plan. And anyway, any baby book or website will tell you kids like it to. My kids are no exception to the rule. They have a routine and by golly we are good at it. Now, this means that we have to be home by 7:00 PM every night, including weekends - and any afternoon plans need to be before 1:00 PM or after 3:00 PM. But for the most part I have happy kids who take naps and go to bed pretty good. So, why would I have expected a magical trip? Why would I have thought that taking them out of their routine and driving 3.5 hours, walking around shopping and not having a "house" to go to would have been so great? Because of course a 3 year old and 1.5 year old would be like:
Cool MOM and DAD! This is awesome - we get to be in the car in our car seats and then we stop eat lunch get bundled up to the point we can barely move our arms and walk around in the freezing cold. And when you figured out that wasn't a great idea, we yet again get in the car and drive to a REALLY fun place, or so you said. We couldn't go because we drove around around the parking garage and saw way too many people to make it worth getting out. We drove by a HUGE tree with fun looking toys all around it and fountains. And then we get an early check in to our hotel that has a ton of doors and you can run in circles around the room and slam the doors. So fun! Who needs a nap - lets just keep going. Then take us BACK out in the cold and walk a mile decide it's time to eat and find out we have to wait 45 minutes when all we want is McDonalds....This is SO FUN! Now we will walk a mile back to the Hotel while you threaten to call Santa every two minutes. Bring us back to the hotel room and say we are eating cereal for dinner. Then we decide to go back out and eat dinner (not cereal) at the place right near our hotel because Mom was sad that we had to eat cereal.
I chalk this up as a rookie mistake and next year they will go to their Aunts house! Sam fell asleep finally - at the dinner table! You appreciate your parents soooo much more when you get older and have your own kids :o). With all that happen, the good thing is we had our adventure as a family and we have memories of it! I only took happy pictures! When we woke up to drive home, we were all smiles again - but couldn't get out of there quick enough!!

Friday, December 11, 2009

Here We Are In Texas...

We spent our, sniff sniff, last Thanksgiving in Texas this year. Grandma and Grandpa are moving to a warmer place. Florida.

Christmas Show

This year both of our boys were in the Christmas Show. Cooper's class did jingle bells, he practiced by shaking everything. And when he got up there he shook those bells like a PRO!! He loves his friends and teachers at school. We do too :o)

Sam's class did Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer. They started practicing in August!!! Sam was ready to perform. He sang the loudest in his class and got up and spoke in the microphone..twice. He still continues to perform for us. His stage? The couch.

Our Tree is THIIIIIS Tall


Cooper loves to call trees, lights and anything else Christmasy "Treats". He is a treat to me this year that is for sure!