You might see glimpses of my beautiful new walls. No poopy brown anymore! I love them! The art is a work in progress still. Bit by bit.
I'm down to the last sleeve on this sweater. Can't wait to block and wear it! Maybe by NYC?
I spied the boys playing while I cleaned the kitchen.
Neighborhood walks and practicing the trike.
Cute outfit on a chilly day. . .
Someone is a camera hog.
Quick (poor) pic of the finished wall. I didn't like the extra yellow accent wall, so I repainted it gray and then hung the hat rack by the door.
Sam likes yogurt apparently.
Another reason for his nightly baths.
Taking the boys out on the "chariot. It's a Joovy Ultralight 1.5x stroller. The front seat is regular, the back has a bench and standing platform for older children. I freaking love it. We went to the grocery store on this trip. We go there a lot.
Drawing pictures for his teachers on the last day of tumbling.
I was not expecting a full report card. He actually did fairly good. Though, they recommend repeating this level before advancing. He's going to be in a summer time preschool-like class next month. I'm not sure if we will do tumbling again. It was fun, but I like giving him lots of different classes. (Clearly, Amanda, you do not give your kids enough stamps on their grades. Jack got FIVE different stamps, and his name written in silver glitter pen.)
He has struggled to hop with both feet together the whole session. A couple weeks ago he finally made it down the trampoline doing bunny hops. You can see him cringing his upper body to keep it together. His teachers were sincerely proud of him, and so was I!
Pre-birthday room cleaning. This is everything I dumped out his bed.
Lunch with Pokemon, the latest obsession. He explained that Ash wears his hat like this in battle, and his pose is what Spider-Man does after he beats a bad guy.
Bathing with Sam has completely turned around Jack on baths. Used to hate them, now loves them.
Grocery trip #6,412 for the week. Or so it seemed.
I came downstairs to this:
And this never ends (again, camera hog had to join in)