Sunday, July 17, 2011

Potty Time

We decided to start potty training Tyler yesterday. He peed on the floor about 4 or 5 times yesterday, but only once today. He pooped in his toilet 3 times today all on his own. He seems to be catching on pretty quickly. The one problem is we've been letting him go without underwear most of the time, so he isn't totally used to having to take it off first. He has had it on a few of the times, and is starting to get the hang of it. We have kept his toilet in the room we are in, so it is nice and close for him. He won't even say he has to go, he just does it, which is good and bad. I am going to talk to the day home tomorrow about working with us on this, and I guess we'll see how it goes.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Canada Day & Birthdays

 We set up Tyler's whale pool from last year the other day. Apparently, it is much smaller than either of us remembered. He still had a great time in it though.

For Canada Day, we did some kite flying, playing in the park, and then we went to the Carnival. We wanted to take Tyler on some rides, but they only had one ticket booth, and the line was about a mile long, so we didn't do that.

 Here's Tyler with his new parents, Jessie and Travis. They are the friends Trevor made at the race track that are from Ontario. Tyler really likes them.

We went to the Fireworks in Mill Woods again this year. They were amazing, as usual. Tyler threw up all over me about halfway through, but then was fine until the end. He had lots of fun running around with Beck, playing with balloons and glow sticks. They sure have a good time together.

We got a really cool Buzz cake for Tyler's birthday. He loved it.

Uncle Spencer got this awesome Buzz Pinata for Tyler's birthday party. He's been holding on to it for us since Christmas. It was a BIG HIT!! Thanks Spencer.

Tyler got some really awesome presents for his birthday: a new blanket from Grandma & Grandpa Scott, which he loves, a new tractor from Beck, a new tool set from Liz, a cleaning set from Mom, a set of stamps from Dad, and a few books. It was a fun day for him.