You still love Elmo and Clifford, but you love everything that your big brother Cory does too and you want to be just like him.
You know all your letters and sounds and are starting to sound out words. Mama needs to get on the ball and help you practice your writing more. You still say a few funny things like "cimanin" and "she's house" rather than "her", but overall you speak quite clearly and have lots to say!
You love those baby sisters something fierce and don't mind sharing your birthday party with them, at least this year!
This book is super cool and after daddy has made you a (very intricate) dinosaur it becomes a pretend toy to play with!
You also get to practice your archery skills, although unfortunately Mama and Daddy didn't read the recommended ages very well so it's a bit strong for you, but I'm sure you'll figure it out soon enough!
You always want to be where the sisters are and included in what they're doing too. I hope you don't feel forgotten as the middle child, I love you just as much! You are pretty good at entertaining yourself though, especially with Legos when the sisters require my attention. You always have to hold one of their hands when we walk to the post office, usually Hope because she wants you too (although not so much in this picture!).
Here you let Joy grab your belt loops and spin you around. I'm not sure which of you was having more fun, especially when you ended up in a heap on the floor!
They look up to you and want to be just like you too! I hope you will pass on your friendly nature and happy go lucky attitude. Every day is a new fun day for you!
Happy birthday to My Noah!
Stats from last week: Just shy of 44 inches and 47 pounds.