- One Tiny went back to his house. Hooray! We only have one now!
- For those of you following my crazy neighbor drama... her house is under contract!!!! Double Hooray for that!!!
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Imaginary Friend... errr... Monster... and a Big Boy Bed
I have officially moved Sidekick to his big boy bed, and I absolutely love his room! My mom and I spent an entire day putting it together. Between converting his crib to a full sized bed, the decal above his bed, hanging pictures, etc., we were pretty worn out by the time it was done. The stress of that decal about did us in! (The top reads: Try New Things. Be Outrageous. Leave your Mark.) His bedroom looks like a bedroom for an older boy, not an almost three year old, but it just seems to fit him and he'll grow into it. Besides, I've never been into the "babyish" things for decorating or even dressing him, so it fits me too! Haha.
Along with his new bedroom came Tiny. Tiny showed up under his bed after he came home from school the day after he slept in his new bed. Who is Tiny? His imaginary friend, of course. Tiny is about an inch tall. He is a purple monster that thankfully is potty trained, doesn't hit, and doesn't push. (So I've been told.) The next morning, Tiny multiplied, so now we have two Tinys. Apparently one Tiny is visiting, so I'm curious when he will go back home. Tinys have gone everywhere with him... church, swimming lessons, park, eating meals, etc. Tinys sleep with Sidekick and their little bodies fit on his pillow right next to his head. Sidekick even wiped one of the Tinys with real toilet paper after he went potty, and Sidekick makes sure they get a drink of water before bedtime like he does. It's pretty entertaining, and I find it really interesting that he/they showed up the next morning after Sidekick got his bed. Coincidence? I think not.
Sidekick has done great in his big boy bed. I thought he'd have a difficult transition, and he hasn't. It was definitely harder on me than it was on him. I just don't like seeing my baby grow up. He'll be three years old in less than a month, and I just can't believe how fast it's gone.
Update: I started this blog the other day, and never published it, so I have two things to add: