A three year old is an adventure in a body.
Tagg is so sweet and snuggly,
and at the same time very independent and testing his limits.
He's learning fast and soaking up everything he can.
He sees every single day as a chance for something amazing to happen
and it's fun to view life through his precious, little eyes.
A three year old has a way of putting what is really important in perspective.
It's hard to be a middle child sometimes,
but he does it with the biggest heart.
Just this morning as he crawled around with Ellee he said,
"Momma, let's keep Ellee. Let's keep her forever. I love her and she's sooo adorable!"
*Let is also be known that yesterday when I didn't shower because I was hoping to run, but Dev didn't get home until superduperverylate, Tagg told me, "Ellee is so cute today, but not you Momma, just Ellee."
Note to self... teach Tagg to tell girls they are pretty no matter what...
Often my attention is helping Boston with schoolwork,
and obviously Ellee takes the majority of my days right now.
And that can be hard when you are a big snuggle bug and want to show mom how your trucks are staying warm on the heater vent and what their names are today.
One of his favorite things right now is to just sit and talk and rub the pinkies on mom and daddy's hands. There's something very soothing to him about rubbing pinkies,
and I want to always remember how precious it is.
I'm trying to make sure our sweet, fearless bundle of energy is getting enough of Momma.
It can be hard to balance it all,
and many times I feel like I need to try harder.
Every day seems so so so incredibly busy right now, so I hope he knows and feels how much we love him and how important he is to us!
A three year old grows up in a blink.