Having our son's 2 best friends be his cousins
Friday, February 29, 2008
Thursday, February 28, 2008
I'm shamelessly stealing content from Christine's blog (thanks, Christine!), but these 2 videos of Blake (Charlie's cousin) and Charlie were way too cute to resist. These boys are so darn funny together!
Monday, February 25, 2008
Friday, February 22, 2008
Okay but here's the funny part. He could just leave it at that and call it good and I'd be super impressed. Amazed, really. I mean, he's only 2! But, he then tries to repeat what the word is that he just sounded out and every single time he thinks the word he just read is "dog". No matter if he just sounded out the word "cat", "book", "best", whatever, he will then triumphantly exclaim, "DOG!" So, today, it was, "Kuh-La-Uh-Buh. DOG!!!" Cracks me up. And he is totally clueless, just so proud of himself. He must wonder why people write "dog" all the time and why there aren't any other words in the world to write. :)
Today, we went to the library, or as Charlie says, "Da libary". I've taken him in the past, but he just hasn't gotten it. Today was different. He had a great time picking out books, reading them, putting them back and picking out more. Fun! He did such a good job and I'm continually amazed at what a good-natured, well-behaved child he is. Shawn must have done something right while I was gone. The kid is an angel.
After "da libary", we went for ice cream, just Charlie and mommy. That was super fun. I have never taken him before, but somehow he knew he wanted "choclit" ice cream. Hmmmmm...has someone been giving my kid ice cream? Come on, fess up! Mom, I know it was you! Anyways, we had a blast.
It's not every day that we get to go to ice cream! :)
In the end, he really only ate about 4 and a half bites anyways. Here's what was left:
Last but not least, Charlie cooked dinner tonight. Okay, well, he helped ME cook dinner. Mac and cheese. He poured the noodles in, added the butter and milk, and stirred it up real good. He was so proud of himself. And Christine, you are right, if they make it themselves, they eat more of it. I think we're on to something here.
PS: Greg and Andrea, don't know if we'll see you at church on Sunday, but good luck on Monday. We hope everything goes smoothly for you and little Aubrey comes fast and easy. Well, as "easy" as LABOR can be... :) We can't wait to meet her.
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
It almost sent me running, screaming back to Rainrock...
Need a closer look? "HAM BUTTS". Yes, they are selling butts, by the pound. Butts of ham. To eat. For dinner. Who in their right mind would eat the BUTT of ANYTHING?!?!?!? And what would you serve on the side? Ears? Elbows? Noses, perhaps?!?!?
Sheesh, and they said MY eating was disordered...
Speaking of which, I am home now. Here's a shot of me on my way out of Rainrock. That's Lepha sitting in my car - she is one of the therapists, and all the girls behind it are the other clients.
The sweet greeting I got when I arrived home.