Friday was pocket day at preschool. Molly came out dressed like this: pocketless. She wanted pockets so I helped her go through her clothes. The hot pink skinny jeans were “boy pants” and the denim jumper with a pocket on the chest was not pretty at all (no ruffles). So she put these clothes back on and decided her jacket pockets would have to be enough.
is where you will find evidence of mom’s planning and bible study, breakfast cereal, dad’s paperwork, math manipulatives, markers, crafts, pencils and books. A happy chaos.
Lily and Gus, watching the fountain.
I found Max all by himself while the rest of the kids were playing noisily in the other room. He’s almost to the end of The Goblet of Fire and can’t put the book down!
Last night was the parent viewing night for Lily’s ballet class. We were able to observe her whole class time. She’s learned a lot do far and really enjoys it!
Whoso pulleth out this sword of this stone and anvil is right wise King born of all England.
Gus has been obsessed with knives and swords. When Ben found this nerf sword at target, Gus was just giddy with excitement. It has hardly been allowed out of his sight since.
Gus carefully acquired a cookie for himself and the climbed up into the rocking chair and clearly enjoyed every bite.
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A photo progression:
Gus pays a visit to Ben doing his homework.
But he felt like something was missing, so he went and got some hats. Here’s yours Ben.
And one for me too!
I drive a friend’s girls to school most mornings. They arrive about 20 minutes before we leave for school, and as soon as they get here, all my little kids flood into the playroom and the all play together quietly. It’s kind of a miracle, really. There is rarely any fighting.