Chad came home with a mini tool belt full of tools for Cohen. To say he was excited was an understatement. With the deck pretty much finished they are going to have to find a new project to build....maybe a cubby house!?
These days getting the boy dressed is similar to wrestling a baby crocodile. With his twisting torso wriggling in every which way, its a work out all of its own.
There are a few moments where his giggles pause him enough for me to manage to get each piece of clothing on, however this process takes far longer than it should. Luckily all the delicious smiles and laughs make it worth while! jx
Willa and I do love the days Cohen goes to daycare. She gets a peaceful day, with lots of floor time and no noise when she sleeps....
However we do love the chaos and fun Cohen brings when he is at home. Willa has begun to laugh and smile at his silliness. Even when he's cracking a tantrum, she always seams to find him funny and her laughter puts a smile back on his face.
Willa is still getting used to all the love Cohen is sending her way. He loves to play where ever she is. As soon as i put her down he pounces and yells "want to play with Willa!". Most of the time she is happy to see him, but from time to time i catch her looking at me, pleading "mum get him away from me". Agh the joys of siblings...
Back in June QPAC held a great kids festival called 'Out of the Box'. A week long event filled with fun activities for littlies. Amy and I took Cohen along to check it all out.
There was a maze made out of torn paper, which looked amazing. However Cohen found it all a bit too scary especially when we discovered a man dressed as a bird (all made from newspaper) lurking in he corner. It took me a couple of weeks to convince him that is wasn't real, and that the bird was not coming to our house.
After the festival we headed over to the museum to see the dinosaurs...Cohen was hilarious he couldn't figure out if he loved it or was scared of the size of them. Still he had such a fun hanging out with his fav 'AMarr'.