Here are some of the darndest things my eldest has come up with in the past few weeks.
That little boy isn’t going to be this small ever again. And I think it’s precious that he organizes his periodic table of elements cards by color while I read The Cat in the Hat to him.
In addition to relocating our entire lives five minutes down the road, I also accomplished a monumental feat. I figured out how my 3-year-old could actually enjoy watching Dancing with the Stars.
Mama is wiped, so sorry for the lackadaisical post featuring images of my children.
So, in Icy Straight Point today, we went on a three-hour, whale-watching boat ride. And it was glorious.
Our Alaskan-cruise trip kicked off at 2:30 a.m., so it started with more of a whimper and a grunt than a bang.
Being left out hurts, no matter the age.
I just kept marveling at God’s handiwork and thanking Him for making the effort, as this was pretty much the theme of the trip. Arizona has a lot going on creation-wise.
For 30, 60, and 70 birthdays, we headed out west. So, we’re spending a week touring Arizona, from Tucson to the Grand Canyon.
We’ve discovered a few fun counting books over the years, so I thought I’d share. Some are a bit annoying, as they force the reader to make sound effects. Of course, these are the ones the toddler returns to over and over and…