Wednesday, August 05, 2009

I never thought I'd get to make this post.

Oh. My. God!

I never, ever, ever thought that I would be posting this. Really I was convinced that this moment wouldn't happen. It's been so exhausting, so depressing, so frustrating, so maddening, so overwhelming, so much everything for so very long. You live and breathe and dream about your worries of your children and it's all encompassing. It swallows you whole. And then........

I was nearly in tears all day because Evan has been rolling over onto his belly and pushing up on to his knees and trying as hard as he can to rock and crawl. He went from completely refusing to roll over his entire life up until today when he suddenly just started doing it. He wants so badly to move like his brother and gets so upset and jealous when Cameron makes a bee line for the playroom doorway to escape. It's completely a Monkey See / Monkey Do situation and I love it!

"Mommy, have you seen this World of Warcraft game? Daddy's teaching us how to play!"

In Cameron news we had an excellent week for eating. Especially on Tuesday at feeding clinic. Here's the proof:

This has been the best two weeks of my ENTIRE LIFE! And here are some pictures from this week. The first few are from Rollie Pollies which is so much fun for the boys that we are splurging the $200 and signing them up for another 9 week session.

Cameron practicing taking steps!

Daddy thinks he can fit in the crawl tunnel too.

I'm coming to get you Mommy!

And finally, a video demonstrating how to put a car through it's shocks and struts.


Sara said...

Yay yay yay!!! Rejoicing with you!

Blue Moon Mama said...

So exciting! I think this is just the start of many amazing feats your boys are going to treat you to. :-) They are adorable, too.

Pam said...

so awesome! and that video is painfully adorable. love love love!

Kelly, Louis, and Ruby said...

Such great news... Just when you're ready to give up, our babies amaze us, everytime!

Jennifer said...

Pure awesomeness!! So happy for yous guys!

Annie and Jason said...

I cried thru this post....I can feel your relief and happiness...I can't even imagine those feelings you must be having.
Keep up the good work mama...You are such a fabulous mom!
Those boys will be running before you know it :)

Valerie said...

YAY!!!!! I'm so happy for your family!

tbonegrl said...

Joy! The feeding clinic especially makes me happy!