Friday, May 08, 2009

Cooper is 3 years old!! Clayton is 6 months!

Kenndall taking a drink from the sprinkler pool.
Cooper and Kenndall in the frog pool

Hmmm, water is so interesting.

Clayton's sweet smile, she love to play!!

Cooper dressed up as Bob the Builder.

My big boy is 3 years old today!! The last three years have changed my life forever, and I cannot wait to see what God has in store for this wonderful boy! I am so proud to be his mother and I look forward to seeing him grow into a strong servant of God. Cooper loves to sing, play with his cars, superheros, and dress up. Every day we dress up as something new. Batman, Superman, dinosaur, Snake Eyes (GI Joe character), Bob the Builder, Lightning McQueen. He is very creative in his dress up and he must always have matching socks and glubs (gloves.) He is pretty much potty trained. He still has accidents sometimes when he forgets to go because he is playing. But, I am really proud of him. He only wears a pullup or diaper at night. What a big boy!
Clayton Kass was 6 months old on the 2nd of May. Wow! She is getting so big, and her sweet cheerful spirit is a daily encouragment to me. God knew what He was doing when He gave me Clayton. She is often just what I need, a cheerful smile, just because I am her mama. She is sitting up great by herself. She hates it when I try to feed her cereal. She loves to laugh at her brother and sister and she smiles all the time. She is the easiest baby.
Kenndall is 20 months this month. She is getting to be so verbal. She speaks in complete sentences and loves to repeat everyword you say. She thinks her big brother is the greatest ever. She is always ready to help me with everything. She will be a great mother someday. Kenndall loves to read, she would want me to read to her all day if I could. She is very strong and thinks she can climb on anything. I am sure she will by my ER child.
Anyway, I am so thankful for my children. God has used them to open my eyes to so many things. I can't imagine what wonderful things He has in store for them and for me.