At 2 years old, he seemed to have a good handle
on the "terrible" in "Terrible Twos."
At his 2-year-old checkup with
Dr. Paul Jarvis, Aaron was 37½ inches tall (will he be 6' 3" at adulthood?)
and weighed 29½ pounds (with a cast on his arm). He continued to be tall and skinny. That's not a typo, Aaron already had
his first broken bone. He got a hairline fracture in his upper arm at the elbow when he fell off
Aaron was expanding his
vocabulary, and could say several words.
He was learning to count to twenty, say the alphabet and was learning his
colors. He was not always understandable,
but we were getting there!
He was (and still is) VERY active, and loved to run and play. He also
loved to be read to but wasn't exactly gentle with his books.
He wasn't extremely fond of
his sister and rarely acknowledged her existence. (Melissa, on the other hand, adored
building a tower with his legos.
Asleep in his new bed.
Sitting in his new chair with
rock, rocking on his motorcycle.
Eating french fries with Daddy.
It was a
busy day getting wet, but there was still plenty of playtime left!
new bed, built by Daddy
Aaron's new dresser, also built by Daddy.
Playing in the driveway, with his casted broken arm.
birthday, and his new hoop.
don't want cake.
with Tigger background.
This web page was last
revised on January 1, 2001.