- Keep them inside and pull out the games (mostly courtesy of a 3 year old's recent birthday party)
- Try to control your OCD do it yourself tendencies ..but its too late, you already passed that on to your children and you can't all have your way.
- Try to have fun, and tell yourself...they are Toddlers. Or walk away and let them play and return if any screaming or crying gets too loud.
A cast this perfect takes a lot of concentration.
Teaching brother how to bait his hook....er, forget about the pole all together and just grab the fish.
I only left the room for a minute, they had been sitting nicely playing...I came back and they swiped the bowl of mashed potatoes and made themselves at home on the table.
Playing Ghost, and Peek-a-Boo
Sneaky little critters, always disappearing right before my eyes.
Getting dressed all by himself.
|Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is my Daddy home.|
|Hi Daddy, Just wanted to tell you that I love you and miss you so much. |
Be safe Daddy. I'll see you in the Spring.
|My Daddy is my hero.|
|I miss you Daddy! I can't wait until Spring.|