I know that everyone who has talked to me probably thinks this post is about potty training, but it's not! Braden still has no interest in peeing in the toilet, but I am told by many that it will come and to not rush it. I don't know how to rush it because he just won't do it! Anyway, today we were outside enjoying the "fruits of our labor"--peas from our garden. Braden said "This is fun! We're having a pea party!" I thought it was pretty creative and funny of him to say that. The peas were very good. I don't really like peas cooked, but I could eat them fresh from the garden all day long. The boys enjoyed them too.
I would bite the peas out of the pod for me so Kyden was trying to do the same thing. Funny boy!
Mouthful of peas!
Cucumber man! He loves cucumbers from the garden. He can peel it by himself, help me cut it, and eat almost the whole thing. They are super good. Me and Jason's first garden (when Braden was a baby) was a disaster--it was a weed patch with a couple peas, beans, carrots, strawberries, and very bitter cucumbers growing within the weeds. So, we have always been a bit cautious about planting cucumbers because they were so bitter that first year, but these cucumbers this year are fabulous.
Our garden! --At the grandparents house of course since we don't have our own house yet. So, we have had a lot of help keeping it weeded, watered, and looking nice. Kyden likes to just trample all over everything.
Helping Grandma mow the lawn. Of course, they both couldn't ride at once so they took turns. What good little boys!
Kyden has more hair at a year than Braden had at 2 years so I haven't been able to bring myself to cut it yet. Plus, I just love the blond little curls. He might end up a blond like me for a couple years (mine got darker obviously). And he still doesn't have a ton of hair on top, just at the bottom--yes, he has a mullet, but I don't care. Jason had one too growing up.Just a side note--To all of you who have made a comment or talked to us about missing us in the ward, thank you!! We miss all of you too and it means a lot to us to hear that! And when I see anyone from the ward, it makes me miss it more. We are grateful for all the friends we have made in the ward and will always remember how wonderful you all are! We loved the ward and are sad to start a new adventure in life, but that's how the times roll. We are sad, but excited to see what the next year will bring for us. So, keep in touch! We love you all! (And no, we haven't found a house yet, but we will. I'll keep you posted! You'll be hearing all about it I'm sure!)
Hayden turned 2!
5 years ago