I realized the other day that should it become cold outside, Mason would freeze when he goes to bed. He literally only has shorts and short sleeve pajamas. I can't even think about needing to wearing long sleeves and long pants but I know (hope) the day will come sooner rather than later and I should probably get something for him to wear. I found some cute ones at Old Navy and of course my love for Hanna Andersson runs deep. The only problem with Hanna Andersson is... I do not love the price. Thankfully Mason usually gets one or two as gifts. However, even though they are so expensive, they are seriously our favorite pajamas ever. They fit him the best, they wash well and wear well, and are just overall super cute and super soft. I noticed that they have some on somewhat of a sale (a rarity for Hanna's) so I may have to snag one or two.
Speaking of Hanna Andersson... they are KILLING IT in the Christmas jammies department! Holy cuteness. I want them all. It's a good thing that Christmas jams last us all the way through until at least Valentine's Day, if not longer, it makes it a little bit more worthwhile! No shame in the Christmas pajamas in February and March game!
We've been sloooooowly starting to start potty training Mason. We started with changing him from diapers to pull ups and working on calling them "big boy underwear". Now we've got the potty and he knows the ASL sign for toilet. And I made a potty chart where he gets to put up stickers. He has gone twice so far so I let him put up the two stickers but now all he wants to do is put up more stickers since I chose Paw Patrol stickers and he's obsessed. I tell him he has to go pee pee in the potty before he gets another sticker and he walks away lol. At least we're on the right track. We're not pushing anything, but trying to get the process started. I know we're "late to the game", but with him having autism and being non-verbal, we didn't want to push anything before he was ready or before he had a way to communicate with us, but at a little over three now, we decided to give it a shot. Wish us luck!
I posted this picture on Instagram yesterday and a lot of people seemed interested in what app I used to create this so I thought I'd share. I definitely can't take the credit for this, I saw someone else using it first (Erin???) and totally copied, but ever since, I LOVE it! It's an app called "Collect" and it accesses your photos from your photo album and basically creates a calendar of photos for you. I try to make sure to take at least one picture a day in order to import something in to the app. Hence why sometimes the pictures are of food and not people :)
Fall Scarf Exchange.
In case you missed the announcement on Monday, I'm co-hosting a scarf exchange! Click the link to get the details and then email me to sign up. Hurry! Sign ups close this weekend!