Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Spring Fever

We know, we know...we haven't blogged in a few days. The nerve! :)

We've been busy!!

We've had absolutely gorgeous weather the last few days. I don't know about the rest of you, but we've had major spring fever. We all took advantage of the weather and spent most of our time outside over the weekend. One thing I learned early on with owning large dogs...do not put the screen in the screen door...unless you put it on the top. Just a push of a nose means a trip to the hardware store. :) To avoid that, I open the storm window just enough so a breeze flows. When you view the photo montage, you will see our felines and their love of fresh air.

AJ had a blast in his wagon. The second day we were outside, he took off down the sidewalk. I just thought he was walking just to walk. He promptly lead me over to his wagon, tugged on my hand, and looked up at me. I was amazed. GREAT communication skills. I actually got pictures of him smiling AND looking at the camera, so sorry folks, you get to see them all!

On Sunday we celebrated my Grandma's 89th Birthday! Happy Birthday Grandma Annie!!!


AJ had an awesome, and I mean awesome day at toddler group on Monday. He did much better with all three circle times and actually paid attention to the story. This month's theme is "Emotions". This weeks story is Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed. AJ absolutely loved the story being "acted out" by monkeys and a small cot. In addition, he made his first art project!! I'm so proud. It is displayed proudly on our fridge!!

The boys (Sunny & Rocky) could not get enough of the weather either. Frisbee = FUN.

Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. We've been spending as much time outside as possible also! I love Signing Time, and have learned pretty much ALL my signs from the DVDs. Have you seen the Baby Signing Time ones? I think there are 4... Lucas likes those more, probably because they're geared toward his age!

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