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In an effort to launch something in a very short timeframe, after three months of coding in off hours for stints of a few minutes at a time, I used a framework to get *something* out. This is not code I would use for a client. Ever.
In fact, if you could see my face right now, you'd realize this is a little more than painful.
But, as sometimes has to happen with personal projects, the non-paying personal site takes a backseat to quality and gets dressed in handmedown code. Thanks to VMcore for the free ride here.
Awwww….how sweet. Two is a wonderful age. A huge challenge, yes, but full of so many wonderful rewards. My girls are 4 and 6, and I love these ages as well, but there’s something magical about when they’re little, and I’ll always remember them like that and smile.
We do love them and their crazy personality shifts- don’t we?! Hopefully, they love us too in spite of ours.
I can so relate. My two year old was so much slower with his language development that we both were easily frustrated with our inability to communicate, on top of all the other fun stuff that comes with him being two. Over the last two months, however, two important developments have taken place: he’s learning more words and he’s become incredibly affectionate. So now he hands me his ball, gives me a snotty, slobbery kiss, and says “I lub you,” expecting me to take it before he snatches it away and says, “Gimme dat. Mine!” :D Hey, at this point, I’ll take whatever I can get.
This is the sweetest thing I have read in awhile. I love love love it.
I could have written this post (if I was a good writer), as it describes exactly what has happened with my daughter the last 12 hours. The only difference is she’s not quite yet two, and instead of shoes it was the carseat buckle.
so TRUE! They are so adorable yet such a pain in the ass!
and then we forget all of this (maybe?) with one of their high pitched squeaks of “luv you mommy”
What a great post. What a super cute boy!
How could you not love that face?! He is adorable.
What a wonderful post. I love it when people are able to capture an aspect of parenting so clearly..
Now that I’m entering the Threes, I think I might be missing the Twos. (Punch me in the face right now.)
Adorable. Although, I may not ask the stork to drop one off until he/she’s 3…
Oy oy oy! I can’t handle the cuteness! And, totally get this. TOTES! ‘Specially the “short for ‘Fuck Off’” part!!!!! #snort!
Right there with ya, babe. xoxo
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