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Friday, January 22, 2010

Pray for me!

Well, this is a day I knew would come and have been DREADING! My kids loved their passy's. They both did the same thing, which I think was really strange. They would have one in their mouth and then hold two and rub them on their heads or face...weird! After the kids turned one they could only have them to sleep. Anyway, we got rid of Scarlett's when she was two because she started biting holes in them. It was pretty easy but she quit taking naps once I did that...big bummer! Lately I have been telling Clark it was going to be time to throw his away soon because he's a big boy. Well, today he asked about his passy and I told him he was getting big and it was almost time to throw them in the trash. He went to his room...got all FIVE passy's and then brought them to the kitchen and tossed them in the garbage!! I wanted to shout NO! and take them back out, but I know it really is time for him to dump them. And, he really does seem proud of himself. Let's just hope and pray naptime goes OK!
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5 comments:

Vicki said...

Maybe it's not as weird as we thought, since both of our kids liked to rub their cheeks with the paci. Oh, who am I kidding? It's weird! lol But at least we aren't alone. I'll be praying for a peaceful night at the O'Bryant house. Good luck!

Jcbaron99 said...

Good job Clark! Praying for a smooth nap and bedtime!

myra said...

Wow! That's amazing! Hope he won't give up his nap anytime soon and will go down easily for naps.

Don and Lisa Osborn said...

I hope it goes smoothly for all involved. Way to go, Clark, though--what an accomplishment for your litte man!

Lindy just gave up her rag (again) after we got home from Houston. In fact, that reminds me that was supposed to be my next post.

Hattie said...

Giving up the passy can be hard on the child & parent. Hope it goes smoothly for y'all both.I'm about to get my one year old to give up his night time milk bottle, so I feel your pain!