|Not a baby anymore!|
|Bubbles at the kitchen sink|
Once, I was washing dishes when he commented on how he used to sit on the counter and play in the bubbles in the kitchen sink. It was indeed a favorite game which we played often between his ages 18 and 30 months, or so. I think that game stopped when he discovered he could swivel the head on the faucet and wash the entire kitchen...
So as we recently swung back and forth, discussing our memories, I asked him what is earliest memory was. "It's kind of a silly memory," he confessed. He remembered going with his mom and her friend, whose name he doesn't remember, to a school. He thinks he was about two at the time. I told him my earliest memory of standing on a couch, looking out a window and watching butterflies in the bushes outside. "It's like you only remember good things," he commented.
|Early snowball fights|
Whatever else you remember, Bryce, always remember how much you are loved. Nothing, nothing will ever change that. And that is a good memory - past, present and future.