Have I mentioned that the girls' car seats are now front facing? I discussed it with their pediatrician during their three year check-up last month and he actually seemed to be a bit surprised that they were still rear facing. We talked about neck control and all that jazz and the next morning, without saying anything to me, Rich turned those suckers around. I do have to admit that car rides are more pleasant this way but I am still glad that we waited for as long as we did.
A few months ago, we made an attempt to transition the girls to eating at their toddler table. It wasn't really working and there were meals where one or more of them would actually ask to sit in their high chairs as they were more comfortable there. Meals were also turning into an all day feeding festival. The girls thought that they could take a few bites, get up and play and then return for a few more bites, Yeah, no.
We had purchased booster seats over the winter as we needed them for a few functions we were attending but we hadn't used them at home. Our dining room table isn't the greatest for toddlers but it looks like it will have to do. Meals are a bit easier to manage now.
(Anna taking her medicine.)
Oh yes, she was trying to clean up a stray piece of cereal.
And here she is trying to clean up a spot of milk on her bowl.
Yeah, I thought she was going to spill it as well. Good save, Allie. Good save.