I did NOT buy Landon another Playmobil police car — he already has the same one and we have so many Playmobil toys in the house that we keep tripping over the school bus or stepping on miniature plastic flashlights.
I did NOT buy it for him, seriously.
After real tears started to fall, which was a first, I compromised and let him use his own money to buy this $20 extravaganza.
I would NEVER smuggle a Trader Joe’s, non-GMO cereal bar into Starbucks for Landon to save money and to feed him a healthy snack.
I certainly did NOT forget to schedule L’s yearly physical. So we had to catch up today.
I let him watch more TV than his pediatrician would like me to, but we scored big in the no-junk food department.
I love this picture — because L looks like such a little boy, counting the dinosaurs that are painted around the room. How sweet is that little finger. I miss him being little.
He’s NOT AT ALL growing up way too fast. Way.
I let L play shopping cart returner, even if it takes 10 minutes for him to return every last one he can find to the store. He’s such a sweet little helper.
Today, I made getting school supplies a fun treasure hunt.
After he wanted to hide under the boxes, I asked L to hang his hand out of the cart so I can get a picture. Who does that?
Guess who asked him to pop out his head so I can get another Instagram picture — NOT me!