The boys are all super crazy and fun. I am so proud to say that Conor and Caden have officially graduated out of early intervention. It was a real long involved process. We worked with Woburn Public Schools from the beginning to see if the boys qualified for services at a special state funded preschool due to their previous speech delay. :) I am SO happy/thrilled/ecstatic to report that they did not qualify for any services at all. Therefore, they will just continue with the status quo, which is going to their preschool in Winchester - and Cal is at his daycare in Burlington. ALL GOOD.
Cal is a crawling/climbing/adventurous maniac. He is a lot different than Conor and Caden were at his age. They were (and still are) a bit more timid. He is out of control. I can't even handle it. HAHA. He wants to follow Conor and Caden and do everything that they do - he climbs up in their beds, and then lays on them and wrestles with them. He steals their toys and does everything that an annoying little brother would do. It's so fun to watch. I am also still pumping - hopefully looking to end that when he turns one. It is challenging to do in the mornings and evenings now. However, it's only twice a day so it isn't bad. He also eats everything in sight, so I don't think it's as necessary compared to when he was a real little baby.
He is pulling up and standing at everything he can find. This is one of his favorite places to stand. The boys usually have snacks here, so naturally he finds his way over.
Speaking of snacks...
We went to Winchester "Town Day" on Saturday with a few new friends from Conor and Caden's preschool. It was really well done - lots of stuff for kiddos to love. It was a blast and the weather was awesome! We then hosted my parents for a little impromptu BBQ later than night.
This is how I find the twins 99% of evenings and mornings.
Then we run into Cal's room and say good morning! He loves it. :)
We rested, played cornhole, enjoyed a few mimosas, and just relaxed. It was the best day!!
All for now...