We have had a fun few months. Very exciting news is that Lincoln had eye surgery and his wandering eye is corrected and looking great.
His eyes look fantastic and I can tell he feels so much better being able to focus with both eyes. Who knew prematurity would cause so many interesting things which have had to be corrected? This little guy amazes me with his awesome spirit everyday.
This child is ALL BOY. He is rough and tough and as much as I try to teach him to be soft... etc. He is ROUGH. He loves balls, bats, trucks and rocks.
I love his personality. He is super sweet with just enough sass to keep things interesting and lively. Lately he is testing limits and he is starting to learn what time out is. It really does work. He seems to understand the concept and is sweet as pie when he is done with his one minute in time out, until the next time he wants to do something that is not acceptable:):) Oh the joys of discipline! This is the cute face and please gesture we see often. When he wants something really badly, we get the double please:)
We were sledding and playing in the snow, but Linc thought that the swing was way more fun!
Daddy turned 30 in March as well! We celebrated him all day and he was surprised with a HUGE grill! We love our Daddy so much! He is the best dad, husband, brother, son etc. I could not have found a better person to spend my life with and raise children with!
The cute girl cousins dressed in their Easter best .
Our Easter Sunday Family picture that we caught on self timer. It turned out well for Lincoln being so tired and cranky... hence the "scowl."
We have a walker! Well almost, he still thinks he needs to hold our hands because he is just not confident enough to do it on his own. I know he could if he would just trust himself, but I understand. The prosthesis is a little shaky, he doesn't have enough control of it yet and he gets nervous. I took the diaper shot so that you could see how the leg wraps around his waist and all movement comes from his hip. He will get a prosthesis with a knee joint when he turns 4. But for now this is what he has and he does fairly well.
Helping Mom & Dad plant flowers and water the grass.
His face says it all. LOVE it!