Michael is 4 !5:00 AM
On September 7th, Michael turned four years old. It's hard to believe that we are now housing a true preschooler rather than a toddler, but he doesn't let us forget it. He likes to tell everyone, "I'm four! First I was three, now I'm four, and next year on September 7th I'm going to be five!"
Way to give Mama a heart attack, kiddo.
But when he turned four, we were much to busy for a doctor checkup because we were on a trip. Where? Well, if you saw my previous post and follow posts to come, you know that we were at DISNEYLAND.
I'm pretty sure I was just as excited as him.
Once we returned, we took him to his checkup and did our usual interview. Michael is currently 45 pounds and 42.25 inches tall. The doc said if he continues on the path he's on, he'll be around 6'1".
That's a good thing, I know. I just hope I'm prepared for that day when it comes and I have to look up at my son.
What's your whole name? Michael Clark
How old are you? Four!
When is your birthday? September 7th
What is your favorite color? Green
What's your favorite book? Disney-Pixar storybook
What's your favorite show/movie? A Bug's Life
What's your favorite song? "Trashin' the Camp" from Tarzan
What's your favorite food? Tuna
What's your favorite drink? Apple Juice
What's your favorite breakfast food? Cheese
What's your favorite dinner? Pizza
What's your favorite snack? Goldfish
What's your favorite thing to wear? Doctor costume
What's your favorite game to play? Candyland
What's your favorite toy? Emperor Zurg
Who's your best friend? Ezekiel
What's your favorite thing to do? Go to the park
What's your favorite thing to do outside? Play with "Mighty Machines" in the dirt
What's your favorite holiday? "I like Christmas."
What do you like to take with you to bed? Wrinkles
Where's your favorite place to go? Disneyland
Where do you want to go on a vacation? Everywhere!
What do you want to be when you grow up? Astronaut and a Baseball Player
For his birthday, Michael's grandparents got him a bike. The following is the face I got when I asked him to smile for the camera:
Someone tell him to stop growing up, already.