Everything was happening in slow motion. All the sounds around us were muffled. The water coming out of the faucet. My son’s body twitching and then going limp. His clenched jaw and me splashing that cold water on his body. I kept saying “I love you son, breath. Breath. Please breath!”
This is Mr. Dude’s second Christmas and he’s still learning about Christmas trees. He only sees all sorts of interesting things to play with and take apart.
When I was growing up Halloween was something my parents didn’t celebrate and I feel like I missed out. I want my son to experience the fun it can bring.
A toddler’s nose is like a Swiss Army Knife. It has a multitude of uses. All of which are dependent on its working properly. Here are a few:
It was only a few weeks ago that Mr. Dude couldn’t walk without assistance. Now he can do it like a pro.