Aaron's funny stage for us right now is that he doesn't have a concept that if you are in a room with Person A and Person B and you say something to Person A, Person B heard it. You don't need to repeat it for Person B. Example: "Mom, can I go outside?" "Yes, you need to go up and get your shoes." "Dad, Mom said I can go outside. I need to go up and get my shoes." Another example was when Jory asked Aaron if he had done his inhaler. Aaron looked at me and asked if he had done his inhaler. I said yes. He then turned to Jory and said, "Mom said yes."
Aaron is also very expressive with his hands right now when he is telling us something very important. I get a kick out of that. And when he's telling us something not as urgent, he'll lean up against the wall and cross his feet and just chill while he relays the story. We have really been enjoying Aaron lately. Three is not without its struggles, but it is also a rewarding time of being able to spend fun quality time together. Aaron really wants to share everything with us. He wants us to be a part of everything. Participating in life with him is a thrill.