A few days before Christmas and here are some Thanksgiving pictures....
For the first time, we brought in the trio's table to the dining room! The kiddos were excited. The trio were not big fans of the turkey, I think most of it got thrown on the ground (happy dogs) but they ate everything else and especially loved the stuffing. Isabella, on the other hand continues to stick to what she knows. This year though we convinced her to try some of the sweet potatoes...oh the joys of a very picky 6 year old!
The kiddos are sporting mommy made turkey shirts! I am not that crafty so very proud!
We had a very nice Thanksgiving. In the ten years we have been married, it was our very first one with just our family. Though we missed seeing the rest of our families, I will admit that it was very relaxed and quiet...well as quiet as our household can be. And I loved how we didn't have to rush anywhere.We had turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, homemade mac n cheese and pumpkin pie.
The trio continue to meet more and more milestones... all three are walking! Yes six more little feet walking around and they are getting better and better each day. I am so bad at keeping track of dates for this stuff. I do know Sofia has been walking for awhile now, she was followed by Carlos and Marcos was barely beginning to take step on November 30, the day of their 18 month check up. Our pediatrician, physical therapist, and staff from Early Intervention are quite pleased with their developmental progress. These past 2 weeks have been a bit tough, the kiddos haven't gone anywhere, they've been sick with a cold...lots of yucky noses and a little bit of coughing. I am so thankful they are receiving another year of Synagis. Though definitely not fun at all, now that they are bigger and smarter.
We are still having issues with Marcos's ears, his ear drums to be more specific. He has tubes in but for some reason they are not doing what they are supposed to do. We are going back to the ENT and a speech evaluation is currently in the works. Carlos and Sofia have both passed their last hearing test.
Isabella is becoming even more and more helpful. She can play with them more and even help carry one upstairs. She can take them out of exersuacers and pack n plays...of course we find this out after its done. She can entertain them so much and their faces light up when she walks into the playroom. She loves that all of them walk now. She continues to be in the highest reading level in her class and I am making an effort to dedicate a bit more time to her writing. My big girl did awesome during the Holiday singing performance and is super excited to be off from school for 16 days!
Thankfully all noses cleared up just in time for Christmas! And we are ready as we are going to be, the tree has been up since December 1, our stockings are hung, Christmas cards are out and we have family in town!
The countdown is on....Happy Holidays