Saturday, March 02, 2013

AlphaBitty Moments -- Letter G

I love meeting new blogging friends and, if I had to describe my blogging experience these past six months, it would definitely be all about a lot of you, my bloggy friends. Last week I "met" MamaBear and she has a weekly (I think) blog series she does called "AlphaBitty Moments." You can read more about her idea here, but basically, it's all about remembering the little things about our kids, using the alphabet as a guide. This past week was the letter "G." So I present to you Sam's and Rachel's "G" moments.
Sam, "G" is for "granoler bar" as you call them. You eat one almost every morning for breakfast and Daddy and I just love how you say it!
Rachel, your "G" is for "grab" as in "grab everything you can reach off the counter -- your soother, knives, the dishrag" -- nothing is safe. I know that this stage of keeping everything out of your reach is a short one so I want to appreciate your new-found ability :)

If you have AlphaBitty moments to share, I'd love to read them. And make sure to link up with MamaBear.

Also, I am going to retroactively do some AlphaBitty posts since we are so close to the start of the alphabet and there are other things I want to remember about this season of parenting, so look for letters A-F coming soon(ish!).


  1. Grab! That is a great toddler word! It's Elsa's favorite activity

    It will be fun to have you along for the ride through the alphabet!

  2. Ugh, grab! I am experiencing the joys of that one too. And Brody has discovered how to move his little chairs to counters so that he can reach even more stuff. Ha!

  3. Awww, I love this! I'm definitely going to be making some of these posts soon.

  4. How cute! Thank for sharing!

    1. Thanks! I think it's a great way to remember the small things in our kids' lives.

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    1. I absolutely loved it when I saw it on MamaBear's blog.


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