With a touch of paint, I think they're ready to launch!
But this digger is far too awesome to ignore!
With 4 games left to go, we finally got a rain-out game. Riley stood at the door for a few minutes and watched it pour.
We couldn't tell if he was happy or not.
Picked up a few model rocket kits to put together with the boys. We made it through some of the kits, but slow-setting glue put the kaibosh on finishing them up.
I bought the boys a "Funtab" the other day - 7" tablet running some version of Android that has some custom launcher on it. They've been learning how to play with it ever since.
Lukah has apparantly never seen a bendy straw before.
You will need to click through to the whole story, then click the picture so that it comes up in a lightbox for the full effect :P
Yep, Riley's name in pen on his jeans.
Trying to get Lukah out of bed for preschool can be a rough ordeal some days. This morning, he had his blankets over his head, and all I could see is his face. I wish I could sleep like that.
I should just make this clear. I work in IT, right? Easy enough.
Clearly discussing the family tree in social studies at school..