Today Adam is 33 months and it is so hard to remember those baby days. He is talking and singing all of the time. He tries to keep up with the big kids, but lets everyone know he is not a big boy. He is a baby.
He reads to himself, plays by himself, enjoys trains, cars, trucks, and firefighters. He makes us laugh everyday. He has opinions and is very vocal if you do not agree with his ideas.
Last week David was talking to Adam about Jesus and asked Adam if he believed in Jesus.
Adam says, "No, I don't. I just need chicken nuggets."
He loves noodles, chicken nuggets, bananas, apples, and avocado.
Books are still a favorite as well as being outside. He is always dirty and is very messy.
Our life is so much better with Adam in it. We are thankful for this happy, healthy, typical little boy!
The boys returned to a nursing home the week of Valentine's to make cards with the residents. David was really looking forward to talking with George again. WE saw him, but he did not want to join us for crafting. David was a little sad. However, he decided he would make George a valentine. He gave it to the director of Serving Hearts who talked with the director of the home. David was allowed to go to George's apartment to deliver it to George. What a fun day we had!