Friday, November 28, 2008

New Things

Atticus likes to help clean.
Norah trying to take off her brother's shoes
Siblings arguing over the telephone already
Putting on Bapa's boots
World's most patient dog
As infants who were adopted internationally, both Norah and Atticus were automatically referred for an evaluation and qualified for early intervention. On Wednesday, we had their six-month case review and both were discharged. When therapy started in May, Norah's goals were to roll over, crawl, and walk. As evidenced by the fact that she never stands still long enough to get a decent picture, she has more than made up for her early days of sitting still.
Atticus's two favorite things this morning: the tablecloth and his doll PeePee

Both of the kids are getting very good at identifying items that are off-limits. They now chant "no, no, NO!" as they open the toilet, unplug cords, push buttons on the telephone, and steal toys from one another.


Erin and Keith Sager said...

What cutie pies, thanks for sharing your blog!!!!!!

Rebecca and Andrew said...

Thank you SO much for inviting me to view your blog! I'm sure you will be a great resource for us in the coming months! =)
Our baby girl, Ruby, is now crawling and we are missing it! Whaaaa. Roman, our very, very tiny 3 month old (just now weighing in at 8lbs. and 20 inches long) is getting fatter and LOVES to eat. Our court date is Dec. 29 and hope to travel in late Jan.
Please feel free to email me personally if you have time! =)