Reading Loki a bedtime story.

So today my little boy is 29 months old! I thought it was about time I gave a little update on what our cheeky little monkey is up to.

He has so many silly little phrases:

  • “Be careful <insert name of person doing nothing dangerous here>…very careful.”
  • “Tickle, tickle, tickle” and wiggling his fingers at us
  • “Stop Mummy stop!” usually when I’m singing but also 5km from a traffic light!
  • “Fizzy water pwease Mummy” (he loves soda water)
  • “Peppa Pig YAY!!!”
  • “Me no like Octonauts, Mummy love Octonauts but me no like”
  • Singing along to his favourite digger book “…work all day” the sweetest thing to hear from another room; he also sings a little rhyme we learnt in his music class called criss, cross, apple sauce
  • Waking up Easter Monday he ran to the door at my Dad’s place and shouted “EGGIES!” – someone definitely enjoyed the easter egg hunt, thanks Easter Bunny!
  • Dirty is said in this funny british accent that he picked up from 1 random character on Ben & Holly (yes TV is still an unfortunate huge part of our lives)

He is growing into a little boy, his speech is still a bit over the shop but we aren’t concerned and he’s still learning Danish but not really interested in speaking it.

He is a great combination of me and Hubby and it’s nice to see that he’s also his own little guy. So far he’s only had 2 hair cuts and the shag style is definitely staying for as long as possible – or unless he requests otherwise!

Logan is a little bossy boots (wonder who he gets that from) he will take it upon himself to tell other kids off if he hears adults doing it. Sometimes it is adorable, other times it’s a bit too over the top, there have been a couple of hitting incidents but thankfully nothing too terrible.

Music classes were great but unfortunately too expensive to continue with. He was enjoying playing the instruments but it took him a looooong time to stop acting up in class. We had to write diary entries at the end of each class and none of his were fantastic he would always be unhappy at one point or another (or more). If he’d been great the whole way through then I definitely would have kept him in – prices be damned!

Swimming is going well, Logan will throw himself under the water and then kick his way up but like with music it’s on and off as to his mood. But we’ll keep up with it because it’s the only class he’s in and it’s teaching him an important skill as well.

He is obsessed with his Ma & Pa and would rather stay with them than us (they are even taking him on a Melbourne weekend away to visit his Aunty & Uncle). It’s great for us and for them, sometimes one of us will feel concerned but it is so nice that he loves them so much and has such a fantastic relationship with them.

There is so much more to share but it isn’t popping into my head as I’m writing this. He is such a beautiful little man and we feel so lucky to have this tantrum throwing, tv loving, funny, cheeky monkey as our son.


5 thoughts on “Logan

  1. Lila says:

    We stopped going to story time at the library (even though it was free) because of similar reasons. Logan and Eve are very similar,although I WISH she would sit still and watch tv!
    You’re so lucky that he can stay with family, will be extra helpful when bub comes along.

    • Lila says:

      PS he’s just super gorgeous!

      • aussiemor says:

        I can’t get over how super adorable all our kiddos are it’s like we hit the baby blog jackpot!

        I’m contemplating trying story time when it starts back up…wish me luck.

        I feel for you sometimes it’s just great to tv time it although I am getting a little too absorbed with octonauts :p

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  2. Sammie says:

    Abi is obsessed with my parents at the moment too!
    We also stopped music for the cost and she was miserable and stopped enjoying it!
    Too funny how similar our kids are!

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