Ian came to me with the little ball he got as a prize at his dentist appointment last week, and said, "Mama! Game!" So we played. He is so precious.
(Also, Grandma Louise - he choose his little Scandinavian sweater to wear today -isn't it adorable?!)
And yes, the picture is blurry... I think that's just how it's going to be with this, our wiggliest child.
"Do we look identical?"
Here are my goofballs dressing up. They don't want to be Waldo for Halloween, but they just want to keep these for dress up. Silly things. (I got these on post-Halloween clearance two years ago and found them today. They look like they fit better now because I forgot about them for two years!)
Not a problem.
And I was worried about getting to storytime too early. Silly me! Plenty to do before 10:15!
All about the accessories.
It has been raining and Ian and I are headed to Sharon Woods. He is thrilled to wear his frog boots! (To my mom and dad, I know why you didn't let me take my frog prince book to church, now that I'm heading Ian say "frog boots! Frog boots!" I admit to chuckling, though.)
Sheet changing day!
Doesn't the smallest of us look happiest in the biggest bed? Especially cozy with those big pillows. (I remember loving sheet changing, too - all those big blankets on the floor, watching the sheet float down to the bed, it all seems so magical to a small person. If only I had retained that view as an adult, it would be a lot more fun for both of us!)
Ian's first two words phrase the other day was "tank-you!", which I'm not even sure small people think of as two words. Today, though, in the car after dropping Joel and Asher off at school, Ian started singing " Happy day! Happy day!" He is now walking around outside singing it (while waiting for the sprinkler to get him).
First grade writing
Go ahead, try to figure it out. I dare you.