Friday evening Aiden got a fever.
Good thing it didn’t take long for him to gain his energy back.
He’s even ready for a ride.
He likes to roam the kitchen, even when it’s dark.
Sick and in a bad mood.
Look at the sad face!
Looks like he is ready for time-out!
The fever comes and go through the day.
Aiden needs more water to keep cool.
Aiden understoods what “書” means now. He will bring me a book when I ask him to.
I wish he would listen when I ask him not to remove the cooling pad.
Stop rubbing Aiden.
When will he enjoy writing as he does reading.
But Daddie’s lap top is still on top of the list.
Above all his other toys.
But sometimes it gets lonely to play alone.
Finally get to play with some other kids.
And Jaime 姐姐!
Aiden gets to enjoy Dominic pushing the car for him.
Let’s go, Let’s go!
Two aunties to play with as well!
And lots of room to roam.
But the exit is being guarded by the men.
Home sweet home!
And something to eat.
It’s kind of cold.
Yum yum, ice cream.
No wonder Aiden is walking with a little extra umph!
He can get up on his own when he falls down.
What do you see?
Oh, a book! Let’s read.
This is one of Aiden’s favorite spot lately.
A great place to relax!
He loves to try to get us over there and “chase” him.
But usually he won’t go more than a step or two.
He’ll sit there ever so care-free.
Sometimes he has Daddie’s “I don’t care” look.
Or Mommie’s “I’m lost look”
Sometimes he will want to go into the play pen, just to grab his toys out.
And then he will quickly want out!
He has no patience.
He doesn’t like to do one thing for too long.
Whether it is watching TV
But when he does want to do something he will let you know.
Sometimes by holding on tight.
Other times by making some noise.
The best way to keep him quiet, is food.
That works 99% of the time.
But sometimes, it’s not enough.
Sometimes it has to be milk.
There he goes messing with Mommie’s phone again.
Be careful, don’t drop it!
Sometimes he will place Mommie’s phone in the Zebra’s basket.
He tries to fight off 周 公 (sleepiness) even when he is exhausted.
That’s usually when he gets extra stubborn and upset.
He just has to squeeze himself through the gap to get to his desired destination.
We are teaching him where his shoes should go.
He doesn’t always place it where it’s supposed to go.
Sometimes he sticks it in his diaper basket.
When he’s on his ride he loves to lean back.
It’s scary holding him this way sometimes because he can get excited and bang his head backwards.
Last time he gave Daddie a bloody nose.
It’s much more work to take care of him, now that he knows how to move the barrier we had put in place.
I am glad it worked for as long as it did.
We still keep it there as it helps stall him a little bit.