DIVA [ˈdiːva] (noun): An operatic prima donna. A female version of a hustler. A usually glamorous and successful female performer or personality. A woman who has self-confidence, self-respect, and hella swagger. She knows who she is and exactly where she is going.
True divas should be treated with respect for their enormous talent and strong will.
Bradley hit a couple of major milestones recently that I wanted to quickly stop and mention, in the middle of working on case briefs for my Torts class on a Saturday night. Don't feel too badly for me. Last night I got to go downtown and join the masses of Blue and see Kentucky play Vanderbilt in the SEC tournament... On second thought, yes, feel sorry for me!
Big news number one: Little Man is FINALLY potty trained at night, as in almost 5 years of buying diapers and pull-ups is at last OVER. I was getting concerned and yes, admittedly frustrated, at the hassle and expense of buying pull-ups, but like many other kid milestones, there was nothing to do to speed up the process but sit back and wait for his body to make the connection on his own, and it came in its own sweet precious time. I am thrilled!
Second piece of exciting news: Bradley had his first-ever T-ball practice today. It was both well-organized and chaotic at the same time. Many dads were on the field running drills with the kids (Alligator - Skate Board- Throw it to First; get B to show you that one in person if you have the opportunity- it's adorable), meanwhile the head coach did batting practice with each kid one at a time. Opposite of soccer, I can proudly say that Bradley was one of the better players on the field and he really seemed to get it. And boy, does that kid have an arm! Long term, I'm still thinking pitcher or quarterback. So maybe t-ball will end up being a sport better suited to his abilities and interests. As a sports fan myself, I am excited to begin the ritual of spring baseball and support my little guy on the field. And who knows? Maybe I will make some mommy friends of my own during this venture.
Swing! Batter Batter Swing!
When they weren't fielding a ball, they were playing in the dirt