Thank you for being such a wonderful little boy. Your enthusiasm, cheekiness and good humour bring a smile to the faces of everyone you meet and you are always making me laugh. You still have a temper which makes an appearance from time to time when you shout “nooooooooooo” at me very loudly and defiantly when I am telling you off for something and you still hit me sometimes when you are cross with me! I cannot belive you still do this aftr all this time and after you are told off every time for it and sat on the naughty step!
Most of the time though you are very funny and have a lot to say! Your speech is very good (much better than Burton’s was when he was your age) and you love to tell a story about something which has happened over and over again! You are a very helpful boy and love nothing better than ‘helping’, mummy get dressed, brush her hair, put her cream and make up on; cleaning, hanging the washing up and putting the laundry away. You also like making sure that we have “everything we need”.
You love playing out doors on the trampoline and in the garden, digging in the soil and buidling sandcastles at the beach or the park.
You can fall alseep sometimes in the funniest places because you refuse to nap in your cot! Daddy says we will be getting you a big boys bed soon like Burton so that will be interesting to see if you will stay in it or not! You have also started using the potty but only for number twos and even then it is not consistent! You will sit on it and really strain hard and produce the smallest poo and you are so pleased and proud of yourself and have to tell everyone what you have done!
You love playing with playdough and drawing with your crayons and sticking bits and bobs to paper. You also enjoy role playing with the play kitchen and play food and often make things for me to eat. Peppa Pig and Raa Raa are still your favourite TV progranmmes although you do like Madagascar, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom (same as Burton really!). Your favourite books are Superworm, The Ladybird Never Said A Word, Stickman, Room On The Broom and George.
Monkey still goes everywhere with you – he is needing baths (ie, the washing machine) more often as a result. You also makes me smile when we take Burton to Ladybirds, you also insist on taking your rucksack and wearing it on your back, as he does, as we drop him off and when we collect him. You and Burton get along so well (most of the time) and you copy him a lot and when you tell each other you love each other, well its the bestest thing in the whole wide world. Well that and when you say it to me of course!!
As much as you love your brother, daddy and grandparents you are ultimately still a mummy’s boy and you really enjoy the two days we have on our own while Burton is at pre school. You get quite cross if Burton wants to sit on my lap for a change – you tell him to get off and try to push him!
You are growing up too fast really.
Love you Jenson
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