So Ada has turned two. Things have been great we are working through somethings but all in all things have been really good. Hannah is learning so much, helping mama out, learning numbers and letters and so much more. Ada is getting cleaner at eating, she is learning to help put dishes away and load the dishwasher we can also understand about 50% of what she says. The other 50% we can kinda figure it out. Josiah is sleeping through the night and is all around a pretty happy baby.
But recently Ada has taken to getting into things in her bedroom during "Rest time." "Rest time" is where Hannah hangs out in the hallway and Ada is in her bedroom both with some toys. They are allowed play or sleep. Most of the time Ada has been sleeping. She has taken the wipes out of the container one-by-one and squeezed them out on the carpet... The new carpet. She has put real diapers on her animals changed their diapers and thrown perfectly good diapers away. She has also tossed her hair clips in the diaper pail. Sarah then made her then take the stinky diapers out and find all the hair clips. Not so much that we can't buy new ones but more so, I think, to prove the point that she can't just throw things away. And since we are talking about the diaper pail, Sarah found her with one foot on the glider and one in the top of the diaper pail.
Today she opened the lotion, put a diaper on her monkey, moved the wipes container, took out hair binders, several kleenexs, burp rags and unplugged the baby monitor.
All of this has taught me that just when we think we have things "figured out" we really don't. And foolishness is definitely bound up in the heart of a child and God gives us the solution for it.
With all the negative in hear about Ada I really need to say that we love her dearly. I would even die for her. She is characterized with a helpful, sweet, caring, loving, silly attitude.
We love our Ada pa-tae-ta!