I know little boys, or any one year old really, are super active and mischievous, but Gray is like none other. I thought Parker was a handful. I find important things in the garbage all the time. I can't imagine what he's actually thrown out. If anything is lost we always blame Gray.
I was cleaning a couple weeks ago and had just mopped my kitchen. I went to vacuum the family room and dumped the dirt/ dog hair from my vacuum into the kitchen garbage and went back to vacuuming. When I finished, I found Gray dispersing the vacuum gunk all over my freshly mopped floor.
He started nursery back in March. What a blessed day. I've had my kids so close together, I haven't been able to enjoy my church meetings kid free in nearly five years. I also haven't had to pay attention in Sunday School for so long, I've been finding it a little difficult. I think I'm coming around. This is the longest gap I've ever had without being pregnant in so long. With my first two babies, I was having the next by the time they were Grayden's age. The thought of another right now makes me a little queasy. I think I'll just enjoy an infant-free home for a while (or maybe forever). As much trouble as Gray is, there is something to be said for independence.
So from here, there's nothing left for me to do but include a montage of pictures from my favorite 19 month old trouble makin' crazy.
This is the day he got into the garbage. I always find him like this...with his chair, one shoe, and a guilty face.
Can you believe how much two crazies can look alike? Parker was totally jealous I was taking pictures of just Gray and had to climb up on the chair with him.