I’ve noticed lately little things that have changed in both boys.
They no longer call us mama/mommy and daddy. We have officially switched to mom and dad. And Kiki and Pappy are becoming Kik (keek) and Pap.
Sutton used to be very emotional when things didn’t go his way. Not ALL the time but MOST of the time. It did get draining at times but lately he has been so happy-go-lucky. And since Fynn nursed and Sutton didn’t I always felt like I developed a bond with Fynn easier. I remember crying because I felt like I never saw Sutton when they were newborns. In the past few months I feel as though our bond has grown so much. He loves to sit by me, snuggle with me and ask me LOTS and LOTS of questions. He will ask questions over and over until he understands. When he finally gets it he will say, “OOOOOHHHHH!” with a huge grin.
Sutton is a bit behind on his fine motor skills. The boy does not enjoy coloring or play doh or drawing with chalk….really anything in that realm of activities. But I have introduced new games that will help him develop these skills and he seems to be interested…for the time being.
Fynn is OBSESSED with football. Kid can throw a spiral and catch a running pass. He could play catch for hours. Even when I can’t play he will play alone. And he loves to pick his nose and toot. Yep, kid loves to toot. He thinks it is the funniest thing in the entire world and man oh man do they stink. We keep saying he can only do it at home, outside, in the car and at Kiki’s house. Fynn is a pleaser and super sensitive. If he gets in trouble he gets so upset. Hates for anyone to be unhappy with him.
We just wrapped up our first soccer season. Sutton didn’t surprise me much. He did what I expected him to do – run around like the free spirit he is! Fynn started the season loving practice but when we would scrimmage he freaked out. We taught him to kick the ball in the goal but never introduced the concept of defense and the other team he would play against. He sat out the first few weeks but when Uncle Kelly came into town he helped him on the field and since then he was a soccer stud. He even scored a goal, which with 3 and 4 year olds that is rare. He loved it! Next up….t-ball in the spring.
Fynn: “Pap is about to call me stinky man”
Sutton: “I like to do that, but I don’t like to do that.”
Fynn: “I tooted!”
Fynn: “tomarno” (too-mar-no=tomorrow)
And when referencing anything in the past it was always “last night.”