Thursday, September 28, 2006
I was looking forward to a nice morning with Wilson at Mother's Morning Out today (especially since Phil will be coming home today after being gone for a couple of nights & I tend to let the house go while he's gone- I have a bit of straightening up to do). But instead I awoke to a baby with a much worse cold than yesterday (I thought maybe they wouldn't notice the stuffy nose he went to bed with- but the new cough can't be hidden!) So instead I've been watching Finding Nemo and playing. Oh well, building Lego bridges for cawrs to roll through in your pj's is fun, too!
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Sunday, September 24, 2006
Mrs. Kendy feeding all the "baby pigeons" at Playgroup
(she made the mistake of bringing out the fruity Cheerios she brought for her baby . . . all the big boys swarmed shoveling handfuls of baby Eliza Kate's snack in their mouths!)
Swimming Lessons (hopefully I'll get a video of this on the blog soon)
Wilson playing with the lady bug xylophone from his Bee Bop Band- a favorite toy from his first birthday- it's hard to believe it's already time to start thinking about his second, my mom and I were just picking out the bug instruments yesterday!!
Friday, September 15, 2006
1. Have a taste and offer to your best pal
2. Hold it for your buddy while he has a lick
3. Have another taste yourself . . . you deserve the refreshement after all your helpfulness & sharing!!
I guess the biggest news around here is "Jeep, boken" & "Sally, gone, gone". Yes, sadly the Jeep that Wilson got from the dentist has one wheel that was badly mauled by Tate and we have not seen Sally (the little blue Porshe from Cars) in days- let us know if you have any leads. Also, Wilson's great-grandmother's sitter has, again, gone well above and beyond the call of duty and collected all the Hummer McDonald's Happy Meal Toys. We went to visit her last night before our swimming lesson and Marilyn took him back to Nan's room and opened a dresser drawer to reveal about seven new trucks- one even lights up when you roll it! No ninety year old grandmother has ever been cooler!! I had to drag Wilson out of the retirement home to go swimming (mind you he was carrying all the trucks with him). I guess he was scared to leave the source.