"A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bankroll smaller, a home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten and the future worth living for."

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

20 Months Old

Say it isn't so...Landon is 20 months old today. I can't believe that in 4 months my baby will be 2. In just 4 short months Landon will be in our lives for 730 days or 17,520 hours. I just don't know where the time has gone. Landon has grown and changed so much over these past 20 months. I know he has so much more growing and changing to do, but I am not ready for it. I want my little baby boy back. Don't get me wrong, I love the age that Landon is at right now. I love receiving kisses from Landon daily and him running up to me and hugging me. I love watching his mind at work when he is playing on his own and I love watching him climb up and down the slides at the park. I just don't love how quickly time is going by. I know that his 2nd year of life is bound to be a great one filled with many more memories. I am looking forward to it, but I just wish it would slow down a little.

As for an update on Landon, he is doing really well. He is just the sweetest little boy, but can be so very bad at the same time. He wakes me up every morning with a kiss, but he also hits me in the head with the remote control every morning as well! He is always in a hurry to watch Tigger and Pooh first thing in the morning and figures that by hitting me with the remote it will get turned on quicker. He is also able to help me with his breakfast every morning. He is able to open the microwave for when I make him oatmeal and he is able to pull his milk out of the fridge. But once again, those helpful moments are overshadowed by him dumping over the dog water bowl as I am filling his sippy cup up with milk! Landon definitely knows how to keep me busy.

This next week is going to be a rather busy one for us. On Monday we take Landon to meet with a urologist. His pediatrician feels as if Landon needs to be re-circumcised so we are meeting with a specialist come Monday. I am hoping that this is not the case and that all is fine. I don't even want to think about Landon going under anesthesia. I teared up at the doctors office with just the mention of it being a possibility. I will keep everyone informed once we know more. We also meet Landon's new pediatrician on Wednesday. I am hoping that I finally found someone who will take the time to get to know Landon. His last pediatrician had several different doctors in the office. I hated that we always saw a different doctor and I hated how they would always ask if they had ever seen us before when they in fact had several times. They just couldn't keep up with the number of patients and I felt like Landon's health and well being were being jeopardized because of their over crowded office. The pediatrician that we will be taking Landon to on Wednesday is a single doctor office (does that make sense?) so I am hoping that we will be provided with the one on one attention that I am expecting from a pediatrician. It is definitely going to be a challenging week next week and I am looking forward to it coming to an end before it even begins!

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