I had really been craving a nice long walk/hike up in the hills of Laguna. We’ve found a great access point that gets you on top of the mountains fast. You are hiking literally straight up hill in the beginning but once you get on top of the hills it’s relatively flat. The boys love running around up there and it is so peaceful and quiet. I love hiking up the west side because you have an ocean view the whole time. We werereally ambitious today. Well actually, Ryan wasreally ambitious . I was under the expectation that we’d back up with the boys. The trails are so wide though that he figured we’d just push the stroller up. I’m proud of myself, when he told me that he just brought the stroller for the hike, I had a hard time keeping my feelings of (“Are you crazy, up that unreals steep hill!”) inside. But, I did and it ended up being great. It didn’t take that long to push it up, we just took our time.
I got distracted thinking about Jude, I ran across a bunch of short videos of Finn at like 8 months old. Is it normal that Jude is so behind in showing much interaction? He doesn’t like to waive, or play one on one. I know he’s shy, could that translate to not wanting to waive and interact? I don’t know what I should be thinking on my part when Finn and Jude have just developed so differently. I have always felt so confident that it was Jude’s personality, but after seeing these videos I feel physically sick. Jude just isn’t any where near the socialization level that Finn was at even at 6 months old.Thoughts anyone?
We love our little Jude, but we still can’t seem to figure this Cougar out.
These boys love each other so much! I am so thankful for these two precious souls. Sometimes I can’t believe that I have already been pregnant twice. It just comes and goes and you’re left with these magnificent human beings.