--After you read my letter, click the link to see Terri's letter to her children. If you keep clicking from there, eventually you'll be right back here!--
We're ending the month of February with you and Mason both being sick, which always makes me sad. Mason was being treated for pneumonia when you got the same high fever and cough two days later. The doctor said your ears were also both very red. So I've spent the past week doling out Amoxicillin twice a day to each of you. The one good thing about that is that you have been *very* cuddly while you've been sick. When you were a newborn, I thought you'd be our cuddly one, but you didn't end up liking to snuggle much more than Mason...which is why I'm enjoying this cuddly season so much.
You have continued to become more of a playmate for "May-mees" this last month. You are thrilled when you hear him wake up (if you happen to get up first), and he is excited to wake you up if he's the first one awake. You want to do what he does; including cooking with Mommy...which is a bit of a challenge for me. You say "Percy" if you are talking about anything having to do with Thomas (you also say "choo-choo" when you're referring to them). When you say please both in sign language and audibly, it's just about the cutest thing ever. When you do something bad, you tell on yourself and say, "bad bad!!" A lot of times if we ask you a question or say something to you respond by saying, "huh?" You have started repeating lots of phrases that you hear and saying full sentences (ish). Sometimes I feel like I'm playing some sort of charades with you, when you say funny things like "May-mees......waaaah!!" to tell me that Mason is crying. You know what you want to tell us, and you are frustrated when we don't understand.
We love you so much.