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.
Jay is working later in the day today so he came with me on my hike. A view from the top:
Thanks for watching the littles, James!
A crazy Sunday dinner with lots of laughs, a little crying, and messy mixed up taco plates.
And a bonus goof off shot:
An evening at Chuck E. Cheese, one of those loud, game filled pizza places for kids.
But the kids has a good time, and it was nice to see family.
Molly, Lily, and their cousin are on a ride here. Molly is less than thrilled.
Tired kids in the pick up line- it’s kind of nice to have them in one place, tied down, where the messes are minimal for even a few moments a day.
Then this next one… A parent’s delight. I walked, or rather tried to walk, into the living room to find that 6 of
The kids had spontaneously started a game together. And not just any game, mind you; it was a game about grammar! To keep me from being altogether mind blown with joy, they were playing this game in a prime walkway of the house, and I has to keep stepping over them to make dinner. You win some, you lose some. It’s a terrible picture, but I love it nonetheless.
And now I’m going to bed.
You can hardly ever find Lily without a book in her hands. I’m so happy she loves to read. She also loves to tell us all about the fantastic things that happen in the books she reads.