We are still working on the potty training here. I'm so jealous that you had success so quickly, Adorkable! I know that Cookie is aware, but she has been avoiding getting on the toilet and the potty like the plague for the last few weeks. She will feel the urge, get up, duck behind something and go. It is very frustrating. She hates the diaper, and cries when she needs to wear it when we go out. We have done the naked thing for quite a while at home, and I will try regular underpants in the house, or in our yard, but she just pees in them.
Also, she gave up her nap this week. I am really missing the quiet time in the afternoon. She was already sleeping a decent amount at night, so I'm not gaining anything with this change.
I think we are also coming to the end of nursing. She still asks during the day, but not as much. She isn't really waking up at night to nurse anymore, and she has gone to sleep a few nights without nursing beforehand. On one hand, I miss the snuggles, but on the other hand, it can be really uncomfortable, particularly when I am due for or have my period.
We've been going to storytime for about a month now. She likes going, she asks to go, but isn't ready to sit quietly through the whole thing. I've been working on it in pieces. This week, she only got up and ran away twice, so I am declaring victory. She loves books, and will sit for long periods, looking at books when we are home. I feel torn between taking her, and letting her get what she can out of it, while working on the sitting still aspect of things, and worrying that I am disrupting the other (older) children.
Oh! And we got Cookie a clothes rack of her own, to help further encourage picking up after herself. Ikea had this one for $19.99:
It is metal, but the hooks are plastic. It is sturdier than I imagined it would be.
What else have you guys been up to?