BD went out to hang with some work folks tonight, so it was just me and the Littlest.
She ate spaghetti and then tossed some of it back up on the office carpet.
Good times, good times.
Thankfully, it got better after that.
There was some Dora watching and then I convinced her that a movie would be a good idea. She relented and after donning her pjs, we finally snuggled in on the couch and watched Tangled.
First magical thing of the night: She stayed awake the entire time, paid attention, and seemed to love it.
Second magical thing of the night: While walking her up to bed, she ALTERNATED HER FREAKING FEET ON THE STEPS!!! ALL THE WAY UP!!
Man, it's been a long time since we've have a bonafide big-ass milestone around here.
There's gotta be a technical term for this. Where's FNPT when I need her?
So I'm excited.
CAN YOU TELL?!?!?!?!
I don't really know how to calm down about this. I mean, I've never seen her do it. It's pretty flipping amazing. To me, at least. And that's perfectly ok.
I don't know when other kids do this kind of thing, whether they have 46 or 47 chromos, no matter.
BECAUSE MY KID.
SHE DID THIS.
All the while saying "left, right, left, right..."
Can you tell I'm proud?
I'm so stinkin' proud.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is what having a kid with Ds gets you...
Everything happens. Just in its own time.