A continuation of the silly antics that go on in my house hold =)
She's either going to be a very popular trend-setter, or have no friends at all, except for me:
|she was cold....the main outfit was really cute, but once she stared adding the warming elements, things started to go downhill, and she turned us into "that weird homeschooling family"!|
Rachel was tiptoeing around the house, so I asked her what she was doing, and she said "I'm scared." Me: "scared of what?" Rachel: "I'm scared!!" Ok...fine.
Oh, yesterday, Luke ate his first solid food! Natalie was really excited, because I let her have the honor of administering the first feeding =). He had sweet potatoes, of the organic variety, and he seemed to like it. He was definitely interested, so I think we are going to have a good eater on our hands! I probably took enough pictures of this event that if you printed them, and then flipped through them quickly enough it would be like watching the whole thing on video, but I won't subject you to that...here are just a few ;)
|excited to try the first bite!!|
|hmmm...not so sure about this|
|and he likes it!|
Rachel is sitting on a blanket with Luke, playing with some toys. She put one in front of him, and right when he started to grab for it, she took it away and said "noooooo, you can't hab it"...Then, she did it again, and again...so, I walk up and watch for a second, and when she notices me standing there, she says "Lukey can't hab it....he's too wittle." Right...as if that justifies her teasing him with a toy! They learn the art of aggravating younger siblings pretty quickly ;)
I think the dishes and laundry are multiplying when I am not looking....so, I better go wrap up the rest of my chores before the husband gets home and it's time for dinner. That, and I need to go do something effective to discipline my children. I *specifically* told them not to play in the garden, to which Natalie replied "I'm not!" (sassy responses are like nails on a chalkboard to me!), but I just went out there to FIND THEM IN THE GARDEN..."digging for buried treasure", according to Andrew. Good grief! Do you ever feel like you take one step forward and two steps back when it comes to ensuring your children act decent?!?! Lately, we are on the backtrack....