What a wonderful week! We were fortunate enough to get to spend a whole week with Great Aunt Glo and Great Uncle Joe who came all the way from Memphis. Jackson sure does love them and misses them. The morning after they left, Jackson ran right into the guest bedroom looking for them. He learned so many new tricks from Glo. My favorite is she taught him how to gas up his cozy coup. Too cute. It is amazing how much more Jackson comprehends now. Now as soon as I ask him if he went poo poo, he will run to the carpet and lay down so I can change him. Jackson brushes his teeth in the morning and at night, and all I have to say is "Time to brush your teeth", and he runs right into the bathroom, opens up his drawer, and grabs his toothbrush. He also gets very excited in the morning when we make our bed because he gets to hand me the pillows. Also, daddy and Jackson have a "boys" morning routine. While daddy is getting ready for work, Jackson will watch him shave and then daddy pretend shaves Jackson. Then they both get a squirt of cologne and off they go to start their day! We have also added another word.....no no. Finally, this yankee girl never thought she would say this but it snowed in Georgia in March! We had so much fun playing again in it and true to Georgia snow, it was there one day and gone the next.
Daddy was very inspired by the winter olympics and when he heard that many of the athletes started at age 2, he thought it was time Jackson started as well. Here is Jackson trying on his helmet. We set out that day to find Jackson a helmet and a skateboard. Luckily we had Aunt Glo there to talk some sense into daddy and ended up with a SpongeBob Laptop.
The first snow we tried sledding with a baking sheet, which actually worked pretty well. This time we tried a clothes basket. It was not very successful.
My angel made a snow angel. The whole family actually did, but Jackson's was the only one I could get a picture of.