Grace made some pancakes with the help of her trusty assistant
Addy discovered a new time for reading
Donné made a cake which is pretty much the cake equivalent of a milk tart – the icing has milk tart filling mixed into it! It was for a birthday celebration for Stephanie and Andrea (two of the teachers from school), and was very well received by all. Personally I really loved the look of this cake – it has a very sophisticated look (and was delicious to eat).
Up! It is a somewhat magical word in our house. Something simple that a young child can really use to get their message across. The thing is, for us, Grace was over two and required a fair amount of speech therapy before she said it. Eli, I’m not really sure, but he was definitely older.
Adam, on the other hand, he is sprouting new words everyday – he seems to be having a growth spurt with his speech…and yes, he can now ask to go, “Up!”
Adam has been getting better and better at riding the little pink bike and tiny firetruck. Today he got to have some riding time with Eli who was home after a doctors visit to try and clear his blocked up ears.
A little while back Eli didn’t hug me before going into class, and was apparently upset, so he set about making a “hug” card. Two hands, traced from his and cut out, stuck onto a card and able to flap so that they can hug you. It is a really sweet card that he made for me, and I love it.
Grace created a game over the weekend – Move-O!
It is a simple, move around the board and do the action on the block game. You have to roll the exact number to win. In her words, “The ladders are really cool because you can go up or down them,” i.e. land on the top and you go down, land on the bottom and up you go.
She made little playing pieces to move around the board, and then Eli and Grace played a couple of games and had good fun doing it. We’ll have to add it to our next games night.
This was the draft version which got neatened up a bit
Grace had her first sleepover on Friday night. There was loads of excitement through the week as Anna, Nyasha, and Grace prepared for the big night. She had loads of fun, stayed up late, got up early, had ice cream and flapjacks, and it sounds like they got up to some mischief as well…..pin holes in a bottle, varnish on the soap…
Thank you Monametsi’s for hosting our daughter for the night!
Ice cream after supper
Flapjacks for breakfast