Thursday, October 4, 2012

Behold, the toddler

Ladies and germs, we have a total toddler in the family! 
In a mere month, month (!) this adorable toddler will turn 2! How is that possible?
Noam is totally ready for the 2's. He is talking up a storm, Avi says he just started putting 3 word sentences together, and he can say "2," so therefore he is clearly ready to be two! He loves his trucks, loves his stuffed animals (says animals in the cutest voice, ever!), and is letting his toddler will be known!
Goober! I cannot believe that 23 months ago you weren't even here. I am still more in love with you than ever! Ready or not, here comes the 2nd birthday!!
Little by Little

17 thoughts on the matter:

Pride In Photos said... {Reply}

I love how you call him GOOBER! Very cute.
Laurie @ Pride in Photos

Kim C. said... {Reply}

So sweet! They grow up so fast! I really love this stage of 2-3 yrs old. Can be volatile at times, but still one if my favorite times.

deb duty said... {Reply}

Such a sweetie! And a lucky little boy to have you for his aunt!

Pieni Lintu said... {Reply}

He is so cute!

tiarastantrums said... {Reply}

and now the fun begins! Loved watching your little man this past year!

tinajo said... {Reply}

It´s a wonderful time and age! :-)

Danelle said... {Reply}

What a cutie!

Renae said... {Reply}

you were a bit vague, but is he your son or nephew? Good looking kid and I love the one finger on each hand concept (he must be right & left brained). LOL. I am glad you eat pumpkin all year round, it's so good for you and me and us. hahahaha.

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

He's getting so BIG!!!! I can't believe how much he's changed since you were out visiting him just a few months ago.

Rj and Jessie said... {Reply}

Brayden turned two in August and definitely thinks he can do everything himself. Haha. We let him try things until he hints that he needs help. So far, two is my favorite age besides his silly tantrums.

bailey-road.com said... {Reply}

What a cutie!

Kathy said... {Reply}

"Ladies and Germs"...aren't you too young to know that expression? haha. What a cutie!

Susan said... {Reply}

Pants optional it seems. Ladies and Germs-I always love that. In fact I used to say my more loving version to my students "ladies and g's". The kiddos liked it.
Toddle on. Hope you have lots of Noam time soon.

MamaSparrow said... {Reply}

Such a cutie. My little one will be two next month.

Serline said... {Reply}

I loved when my daughter started to actually talk (now she talks too much lol) Have a great weekend!

Kim Stevens said... {Reply}

He is just so adorable, and at such a fun age! It's so great that you get to spend time with him. We have lived 1200 miles away from our family ever since we got married and my kids have just never had that relationship. Happy Friday!

Susan @ Sunflower Status said... {Reply}

Such a great Auntie you are!