It has been no fun doing all this with the little ones under our feet, so yesterday we went outside to blow bubbles, and play with sidewalk chalk. FUN! Leah has the funniest way of blowing bubbles, she doesn't do it quite right, but somehow every now and then will end up with a tiny stream of bubbles coming out. She spits more than she blows. Ha! And she spills tons. I kept telling her keep the bubbles up, well...she totally interpretted that as meaning "Hold them up in the air!" BTW, in montage...the band aid on her neck, no owie, she just wanted a band aid on her neck...lol. And, toward the end, she was tiring, tantrum ensued. Pics say it all.
Today, they were eating the snack in the 'jungle' and Beau starts hollering at me..."MOM...YOU NEED TO GROW SOME PANTIES!" I was like, "What did you say?" I had to think a minute...he meant PANSIES. That boy!
Of late, that boy has been so very outspoken, and overly social. If there is such a thing. He just wants to know everything, and wants to tell everyone everything. He'll just blurt out, "Hey, Hey lady!" to the cashier at the grocery store. I tell him, "You need to be polite! You need to say, 'Excuse me' then quietly say or ask what you are going to say." He is getting better, he's just so so so so SOCIAL! Gregarious, one might say. At the park he hollered out to me, "HEY MOM! IS THIS THE BUSH THAT I PEE IN?" A little potty training trick D used...THANKS A LOT!
He is also ever so stinkin' energetic. He runs like mad, and never stops! He is so busy. SO BOY.
I wish I could get a little of it from him. He is forever climbing on anything he can anymore, and most of the time, it is NOT what he should be climbing on. Gotta keep my eyes open! My one boy, my only son. A huge change from all those girls!
He has also figured out how to play Mario Bros. on Super Nintendo, I still have it from when we were kids. Very smart little guy. He wants to play all the time. He has even figured out how to play the SIM CITY game, and what he does is, he builds a small city, and then sends a natural disaster to destroy it so he can start all over. And, ofcourse, he always has train tracks aplenty, and an airport. :) I don't think he will be a slow learner at all!