So we all do fit into a smaller car. Three in the back seems to work quite well in the Corolla (the Mazda is in for repairs)
Adam officially survived six months of crazy parents and crazy siblings
That 6 month card got a good nosh – teeth bothering anyone?
He is such a sweet little guy – love him to bits.
I was chatting to Lucy (one of Eli’s teachers) when I collecting him this afternoon, and he drifted down the stairs outside the classroom. I look over the balcony to see this…
One of the gutters had a stream of water running down from it, and Eli (very fortunately in his full rain gear) is standing directly underneath this solid stream.
He had said to me when I arrived, “Rain tastes good!” so he went on for some extra rain experience…
Yum, yum, let’s get a lick of that delicious rain water!
Thanks Lucy for the photos!
Adam is now in his own bedroom, on a mattress on the floor (Montessori room style). He just needs a little bit of a kraal around him to make sure he doesn’t exit the bed while wriggling around in the middle of the night. Once he gets going we’ll need to work on the rest of the room so that he can discover and explore on his own.
It turns out we shouldn’t be asking Grace to smile for photos, next time I’ll just try, “Strike a pose Gracie!”
In other exciting news Adam is sleeping in his own room for the first time tonight. We’ve set up a a full size bed mattress on the floor Montessori style, so he’ll have quite a bit of freedom when he starts to move around.
Oh lamb chop, how do I love you, let me ponder the ways