Firetrucks and ambulances are now associated permanently in the minds of the triplets with Christopher (FerFer).

Anytime the kids see a fire truck 🚒 on TV or on the street, or even an ambulance 🚑, their latest new skill (recalling memories) takes over. The girls then go on and on repeated what they remember about Christopher: “FerFer goes on ambulance ride.”, and “FerFer goes to the hospital. He hurt his mouth”. They remember everything about the last experience. And apparently FerFer is the owner of every hospital in town if you let the girls tell it. FerFer leads the way in ambulance 🚑 rides and fire truck 🚒 visits 2-0-0😂.

Safetyville event – NOT an actual FerFer emergency!

So now when I get home from work each day, everyone is dying to tell me all about their day. Yesterday was all about the big green tomato 🍅 worm 🐛 they discovered at grandma and grandpa’s house.

I have an extraordinarily accurate memory that stretches back as far as I can remember. I remember things that happen in pre-school at age 3, and even events such as my first haircut on the Navy base at age 4 and my 4th birthday party. We shall see if their memories turn out to be just as accurate – all signs point to yes! 😳

They say the first 5 years are the most important, as there is so much development that happens during that time and it sets the framework for the later years. Heck, California has a website devoted to it: The kids are sponges, and absorb everything – more than we realize, in fact. At the end of the day, I think they absolutely realize that both their parents are, have been and will always be there for them.


3 thoughts on “Remember Me

  1. I see the worm and I think “oh my …. please don’t eat it!” 🙂
    Hopefully they’ll remember the good stuff and not much about the times mummy lost her temper in the first months!!! Even though they seem to find it funny these days which makes it hard to remain angry at anything (and it’s a good thing)


    1. Well, unfortunately you may as well brace yourself because you will lose your temper a lot more once they hit 2-2.5 years, and even more when they hit 3. It kind of is what it is

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