After a few emails back and forth, I can now say that Mia is now a Girl Scout Daisy.
I never thought about Mia being a Girl Scout. I would see them at school with their sashes or vests, selling cookies or their project posters. But I never ever thought about Mia being one of them.
And so here we are, one meeting under her (and my) belt. I have put all the patches on her vest. I have been obsessing over the Girls Scout GCNWI Programs website. I am waiting for the second meeting. I have bought the Daisy manual (it is not required but still). I know where the Girl Scout office it. Already planning the Girl Scout cookie assault that will happen in a few months. She is working on her Girl Scout promise. She needs to learn that to get her first Daisy patch. So much to do.
And yes, this is after ONE MEETING. I just crack myself up. Daisies is a two year commitment. Bring it!
Just potty since we haven’t starting the training yet. But I think Mia is this/close for it though.
Mia has been showing interest in using the potty lately. She has been showing the normal signs. The good thing is that when Diego’s, she does too. I am not ready to start the full on training but when she asks to use the potty, she will be catered. Not going to say no. 🙂
So for the past week or so, she has done number 1 three times in the potty. I think it shocks her the fact that she can do something like that. Today was a much bigger shock: she managed to go number 2. Diego, me and Mia were just staring at the potty like OMG. It was awesome. We did high fives and Way to Go’s. After the shock wore off, she was very proud of herself. We dumped in the toilet and had her do the honors of flushing. We all said “bye-bye” as it flushed away.
If she continues to ask to go to the potty/toilet, we will help her out. I only have one more box of diapers. And that is it. Then we move on to Pull Ups and full on potty training. Mia is growing up. How is that even possible? 😉
Diego’s first tooth has finally fallen out. It only took 75 days since he first noticed the loose tooth.
He was messing with it all day long. Finally when I got home, he had dinner so that made it even looser. Eric tried to pull it but Diego said ouch so he stopped. We waited a bit and then I tried. And sure enough the tooth popped out with little resistance. There was some blood but Diego did not freak out. He rinsed out his mouth and tooth.
He was so excited that he finally had a tooth to put out for the tooth fairy. Yay!!!
Diego was eating corn on the cob last night and he was using his side teeth to eat it. We were just looking at him and he said “My teeth hurt and that is why I’m eating like this.” So I checked his teeth to see why the would hurt and noticed that his two bottom teeth were loose. OMG! He is really excited since he has been wondering when the tooth fairy will arrive. I wonder what the fairy will bring.
Finally!! Diego has been asking to go sledding for quite a while now. Last time it snowed, we weren’t even here. But it has been snowing since this morning so there was about 6 inches to take advantage of.
Plus it was Mia’s first time in the snow so that was fun. She had a good time. Caught her putting her hand/mitten in the snow while I was pulling her. She is using Diego’s little sled while he had the new big boy sled. His sled turned over a few times in the snow but Diego did not mind. He was just having lots of fun. I think we all did. 🙂
It was dark so not many pictures were taken.
I got to pull Mia. And Eric had the honor to spill Diego every few minutes. 😆
Mia’s 1st time sledding. She had a big grin the whole time she was on the sled.
Bad picture but keeping it anyway. Love the way there is a snowflake on Diego’s nose.
We might go out tomorrow if the snow is still nice. I know Diego wants to go again.
Mia is now a proud owner of her first walkers. She has only been using Robeez or Pedipeds but it was time for real walking shoes. They are nice and flexible so it should be a nice transition for her. She was trying them out yesterday and she kept looking down at them. She was probably thinking “What in the world?”