Things always get extra silly after lunchtime with these two. Neither Sue or I have a clue where this game came from, but next thing we know, there's a crazy game of chase happening around the coffee table and my son yelling, "chicken boom boom!"
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009
As with nearly everything, he took the job of pouring dirt very seriously.
The seeds were so tiny, he kept asking, "Where are the seeds? They are all tangled!"
(if anyone can decipher what "all tangled" means to this boy, you win the prize. He's always saying that about anything he thinks needs fixing, is dirty or broken...but we've yet to pinpoint why he wants to call it "all tangled.")
After cleaning plenty of water spills with Nicholas using my large watering can, we've found his tea pot works perfectly.
Seriously, how long will it take to get flowers?
My son is obsessed with this car of Kalie's...
he can always get Kalie to "come follow me."
Sue had so many fun activities for the kids to do. I have to admit I was impressed that Nicholas knew where the donkey's tail was supposed to go.
The little ones loved decorating their own cupcakes with frosting, sprinkles and gum drops.
Kalie's older cousin was sure to let me know Nicholas was eating the frosting without the cupcake!
Special bubbles, just for the birthday girl!
Him and Zoey go nuts playing with the neighbor's little dogs. We're waiting for them to dig a hole under the fence any day now.
This boy loves to play outside!
Nicholas brought his "nock-ulars" to thoroughly inspect the elephants.
Sometimes it seems like these two are more into people watching than seeing the animals.
Olivia wasn't too sure about the goat's crazy hair-do.
How much are those babies in the window?
Nicholas can always find entertainment no matter where we are.
"Come Mommy....come over here and play with me!"
Friday, April 24, 2009
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Monday, April 20, 2009
Nicholas is ever so interested in baby Erica lately...especially all her equipment and baby gadgets, like the tops to her bottles, her pacifiers and the playmat. He told us he was going to "go to sleep with baby Erica." My guess is he's wondering why she's on her back and not on her belly with her butt in the air like his preferred sleeping position.
and at 6:30am Saturday, the garage awaited our set-up in the driveway
(gosh we had a lot of junk!).