Monday, August 14, 2017

Point Lobos


Could this place be any more gorgeous?! Robert and I fell in love with Point Lobos. Neither of us had been there since we were kids, so we decided to pack up and head out the for some light hiking. We were not disappointed! Wyatt had fun pointing out all the different animals and finding the sea otters in the kelp beds. Hunter was at daycare that day, but next time we will be sure to bring him, as I think he would love it!

Aquarium Day


Robert took an additional week of vacation after Tahoe, so we took advantage of some family time and played tourists in our own town. We took the boys to the aquarium and they loved it! So much to see, touch, and smell :)

Hunter turns FOUR


Not sure how this happened, but Hunter has gone from looking like a toddler to looking like a full-on-KID. Happy 4th birthday, sweet Hunter!
We celebrated Hunter's birthday at the beach. He loves to play in the sand and in the ocean, so what better way to celebrate your birthday? 
We love you so much Hunter and love watching you grow. These days you like playing legos, puzzles, building with magna tiles, tracing your letters, digging in the dirt, telling Wyatt what to do, and you like riding your bike.
We are stilllll on the waitlist for preschool, so fingers cross we can get Hunter in as soon as possible. We know he is ready and will do great. It is hard to believe that technically next year at this time we could have a kindergartner! 

Tahoe 2017


Tahoe 2017 was a new adventure, as we stayed in a new (giant) cabin this year. For the past ten years we had been staying in the same cabin at Dollar Point, but our family was starting to outgrow that home, so the O's rented a bigger cabin down the street. 
We had fun playing at the beach, swimming in the pool, and water skiing/tubing/surfing. 
As chaotic as it can be at times with so many littles, the memories our kids are making are priceless. Can't wait to continue our summer vacation tradition in Tahoe! Thank you O's :)

Friday, July 21, 2017

Nine Months Old - Davis

Three quarters to one year. 
Davis is sitting, crawling, pulling up, cruising, blabbing nonsense, and has two teeth! A lot has happened in one month and all of the sudden he seems like a whole new person. Good thing we lowered his crib because his new trick is to pull up standing and then scream for help, because he can't get down. He is starting to rock and jump just like his brother Wyatt.

He is much more interested in what his brothers are up to and less content just hanging behind. He wants to play! I see even more disagreements in my future, yikes.

Davis has been sleeping through the night since he turned 9 months old over a week ago - knock on wood he continues. We never sleep trained, but glad he has (maybe) just grown out of waking for milk. He has been a pretty good sleeper since day one so sleep training felt 1. like I was too lazy to do it, and 2. I figured he would drop the feeding by himself when he was ready. Success.

At our nine month check up he checked out great. The doctor was impressed with all of the milestones he has already met, which was nice to hear. Even with my third child I am always worrying about everything. I have a feeling that will never go away!
Weight: 21 lbs
Height: I need to dig up his report
Head: 90th percentile

Healthy boy! 

Friday, June 30, 2017

First tooth - Davis

Today, at 8.5 months old, Davis popped his first tooth!

Friday, June 23, 2017

Adventures in potty training II

I had not planned to potty train Wyatt yet, but a couple of weeks ago I had about three diapers left and I had no plans to leave the house that day, so why not?
I pulled out the baby potty, told Wyatt he would get chocolate chips for peeing, and, voila - he peed! Since that day he's been peeing like a champion. He even wanted to stand up using the big toilet like Hunter, so we ditched the baby potty. Fine by me! I think he has had a total of three accidents (near the beginning) and is nap and night time trained. 

I can hardly believe it.
This process was different with Hunter for a few reasons. Hunter was in daycare, so the training was really inconsistent. Hunter and Wyatt are motivated by different things. Wyatt would kill for some chocolate chips, Hunter not so much. I am more experienced than I was the first time around! Once I took the diapers away, I promised myself not to give in which I think helped Wyatt. Once he picked out his big boy undies, we totally ditched the diapers.

Thank you Wyatt for being such a confident and motivated little man. 

Adventures in potty training with Hunter HERE