I know. I seriously feel like he was just in my womb waiting to make his ridiculously crazy entrance. He will be five in October and a big brother again. There's so much I love about him I can't even explain it. This summer was a good one. Yes, it was all about testing my limits and my mommy voice was quite apparent (as well as my scary mommy eyes too he said) but since he has had the structure of school again this kid is amazing. He wakes up like a big boy and is ready to go to school to see his bestie, Jack. It makes me so happy that he loves school. This will be his last year at the school he's attended since he was two. I'm super sad about it because it was one of the best choices we have made for him, especially after our horrible previous babysitter experience. But his vocabulary lately is amazing as well as his what he hears -- both good and well, bad. I had to laugh today because he innocently told me a story about the time Dad drove into the grass because he was looking at his phone. Yes, totally busted. He also asks a million questions and is curious about everything and their brother. Cohen started his first year in Flag Football on Tuesday. Even with the attention span of a flea, I think it will be a great experience for him and he seems super excited to go back again tonight. This weekend he will be moved into Lola's room and Lola will be transferred to his room. My plan is to decorate his room with vintage superhero decor and he's already told me he's ready to go pick out some pictures of his favorite heroes this weekend. He can name all the Avengers and will politely correct you when you are wrong. (FYI Bane is not an Avenger. He's from Batman. My mistake.) I'm excited to see how he grows this year as well as how he adjusts to the new baby in just a few months. Five will be a big year. And I can't believe I almost have a Kindergartener.