Thursday, December 16, 2010

reverb 10: day 15.

day 15: 5 minutes
(imagine you will completely lose your memory of 2010 in five minutes. Set an alarm for five minutes and capture the things you most want to remember about 2010)

The most rewarding things for me this year were watching my children's personalities develop and observing their relationship develop from siblings into playmates, to (dare I say) friends. 

As Max's vocabulary has increased, he is a happier kid.  He can request whatever he wants verbally.  At the beginning of the year he could ask for "apple" and "milk".  Yesterday he asked me for "cinnamon toast". 

January 2010: at the grocery store, labelling everything under the sun

April 2010: peekaboo, I see you

April 2010: baking with Aunt Jenny
Cameron started out the year as an agreeable baby girl. She is no longer a baby and has the attitude and opinions to prove it.
December 2010: Here comes trouble.
April 2010: friends forever

September 2010: Taking over Mom and Dad's room for a sleepover.


  1. My son is on the spectrum and is 9 (though he would shout and correct me and say 9 and a half!) His sisters are his biggest fans and most tireless activists, following me.

    So grateful to read your story of love this morning. I am grateful I found you through #reverb10 today!

    Read my reverb10 posts here.

  2. Your kid is awesome. Your other kid is badass. Good job, Kat. :-)