Mark, Ashley, Hunter and Brigham

Est. March 2007


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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

The cutest things in my life!

I don't know why everyone says these guys look alike? :) Okay they are pretty much carbon copies. They are either watching a great movie or a really dumb one....I'm not sure but I thought it was so cute because they look so much alike:)

These are the cutest things in my life:) Although there can be days that are extremely tiring because of the excess energy little boys seem to have I love being home with them everyday! There personalities are so different and they both make me laugh. They may not look very much alike but they both have the same big blue eyes! Now they are starting to play together and I can't believe how happy it makes me inside to hear them play together. Their favorite game to play is jumping on the bed! Sometimes Brigs is jumping and somtimes he is doing all the bouncing but no matter what they are both laughing! I was kinda surprised that Brigs caught on that it was a game, but he did and he gets really mad when you stop helping him jump;) Although they are playing alot better together, Brigs still has a certain radius that if Hunter enters, his sirens go off! I was surprised that he caught onto tattling so quick as well! He starts with a grunt and as Hunter gets closer it increases to a scream;) I can't blame him really but it is quite funny! Brigs is not much of a cuddle bug, but during the day he will crawl right over to my lap and just plop right down. That is kind of our cuddling and I will take it. If Hunter is getting the attention Brigs crawls over and fights until he gets his spot! It's good to be loved. From day one Brigham has always been a champ at staring. We will be watching a cartoon or Mark and I will be having a conversation and everytime you look at him, he is always looking right at you. Then when he sees that you noticed he smiles and gets really hyper. But seriously he stares right into your soul.....all day;) Another one of Brigs traits is he kind of resembles a garbage disposal. He will eat anything, and if you are eating he screams or grunts until you share! Dinner time is anything but enjoyable because I cannot get the spoonfuls in fast enough! He does not love his bottles anymore because he prefers solids. My favorite is his smile that is so contagious and his raspy laugh. He is a happy baby and so fun to have around:) Hunter is at the age where he does not know what he can say and what is not very nice:) We were riding the bus at the airport the other day and it was just us and a man sitting next to us. After an examination of the man Hunter looks at me and say, " I don't like him", and he just kept saying it over and over again. So I said, "just say it in my ear." So then the day after I was putting him in a time out and talking to him and he says, " mom, just say it in my ear." :) He does make me laugh but he is catching onto what we say to quick! We are trying to teach him no potty talk. The other day we were coloring together and I asked what he was drawing and he said, " Mike Kasowski going potty." Oh great:) And one of our longest conversations in a day is when he asks me if every animal he can think of goes poop! His reasoning is quite funny and I know he has the sales person gene in him from his dad. If I don't want to eat something he says, " Try it, it's really good, sugar on it, you'll like it, try it one time, eat it, yummm, one time or nap"...He says all our lines until I eat it. Never gives up! Just like his DAD:) Hunter is so fun to do things with and I love teaching him new things because he just eats it up!


Erin Fanello said...

Thank you sooo much for the pics, your boys are so cute!! The one of Brigham smiling really big reminded me of you, so you each have a carbon copy! I liked your stories, Kids are literally sponges, Noah is in a stage where he looks at me really calmly and repeats the things I have said, like he is teaching me a lesson. And he loves potty talk because he hears it at school so much but when I ask him if it's okay he'll say "No it's not okay to say poopy bum. Right mom, it's not okay to say poopy bum? Poopy bum is a bad word...we shouldn't say poopy bum." Okay we get it!!!! He just repeats it over and over and I don't know if he's being innocent or if he sees it as a way to say it without actually saying it. Kids can find their way around anything! I loved your post thank you so much for sharing!