"I got problems." He says. "I got problems." We're eating a lovely breakfast of french toast with strawberries and toasted coconut when Mason comes over to say, "I got problems."
"What's the matter?" we ask. Mommy and Daddy are on to this, but Auntie Sam, not so much.
As the fork is lifted to my mouth, Mason says, "Mommy change my stinky poo." Um, yep, we now can say when we've done our 'business', however, we're not very proactive about it. The screaming about having to stop at the potty before playing with the trains, and what he needs to point downhill is part of the joys of being with a toddler, I guess!
Apparently my train cars are a huge hit, as out they are dragged everywhere. They are currently running over Mason's breakfast..
We decided to go for a hike on this beautiful path around a butte. There were a lot of horses and it was a nice hike. It was a bit warmer then we expected and we had two tired dogs and child, but had a good time. Mason's quite a talker now, and is just hilarious. He regales us with his trains, and 'What's Mason doing?'. He loves watching Thomas videos on youtube and knows how to navigate. It's quite impressive.
Not sure if I mentioned, but his dog's name is Bishop. He couldn't say it when they got him, and started calling him 'fish sticks.' It's hilarious! Seeing Mason running around yelling 'fish sticks, fish sticks!' Now Mason is on my lap saying 'I got problems.' I'm afraid to ask!!!