Family Update

Because I know a lot of you readers out there really don’t care a lick for what’s going on with me–you’re much more interested in what’s going on with my family–I’ve decided to take a moment today and give you an update on what’s happening with the Fam. Ready?

DKC–She’s doing well, as near as I can tell. ๐Ÿ™‚ Right now she’s working on braiding a rug made out of all my worn out jeans. This makes her happy, which is good, even if I can’t quite fathom why it’s so entertaining. Then again, at least the things she likes to do in her spare time are useful. It’s not like all my movie watching will ever cover the floor or make us more comfortable. She’s been going through a busy spot with work, but that should peter out now for a bit, which she’s probably grateful for. If you want to keep up to date with her, Facebook’s the way to go. She updates that pretty religiously.

TRC–Also doing well, especially now that pre-school is back in session. He goes three times a week for about two hours a day, and he loves it–perhaps a little too much. When DKC comes to pick him up, he usually gets pretty grumpy. These days when he’s at home, he enjoys playing with Legos, working on learning to read, using his “laptop” (a v-tech model we got at Marden’s) and watching Star Wars: The Clone Wars. I keep debating on letting him watch the original trilogy. How old should a kid be before he watches something like that the first time?

DC–Crawling at last, and well on her way to walking. She’s obsessed with TRC’s trampoline, and wishes she could jump on it, too. A mobile baby is much trickier than one that stays where you put her, but DKC and I knew that already. DC’s now taking shorter naps, which is a bit sad as well. ๐Ÿ™‚ Still, she’s pretty much perfect, and I’d be stretching it big time if I were to complain at all.

And there you have it. If you have any questions on specifics, I’d be happy to answer them in comments. Have a nice weekend!

2 thoughts on “Family Update”

  1. My little jedis
    My little ones have seen the first three. Conner’s seen all but the last one.
    S does get scared in certain parts, but he tends towards the scared side of life. I think we started C about the time he was 5. I think I was holding back his father just to make it that long. ๐Ÿ™‚

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