Thursday, May 02, 2013
They said she ate all her lunch, but I don't really buy it. However, I'm long past the need to worry that she's starving.
I think she's a thief though. She came home from school with about 6 tiny rocks in her pocket. We are storing them in our own rock garden for later. Today... her outfit has no pockets. Bwahahaha.
The new arrival into the classroom means potty training has officially begun. We were asked to swap out her little person diapers for pull-ups. They will practice sitting on the mini-potty at school at least three times a day. At home we will support the program with potty time before bed and first thing in the morning.
I bought all these books about potty training and now I think I'm just going to go with the flow (bad pun). At home we have what I call 'donuts' as they remind me of the squishy things my grandpa used for his bum, but it sits on the seat of the loo and makes a smaller seat for the toddler bum. Lucy seems to like them and they are great for training. However, once she gets the hang of this new concept we'll have to do some practice on our loo without the donut so that it isn't traumatic when we're out in public and have to just go.
See, with every new skill things get a bit more complicated. My mom says that when Lucy is fully potty trained then she will take her camping - alone. Boy oh boy, would I love to see that. I think we'll be waiting until Lucy is at least 4 and has a fighting chance of not playing with the fire pit.
The weather is warming up and tonight after school we will be in the back yard again with the bubble machine and the new water table. There is a 90% chance of cousin JoJo dropping by, so it could be a wonderful evening.
My $10 bubble machine from Safeway had it's initial outing last night, but it's not a quality product as it stopped producing bubbles after it was attacked by an excited 2 year old monster. Hopefully it rested well and will be up for an evening of entertainment tonight.
* I was incorrect with the name of her class. It is not Early Beginners.