"oh, hi, mom. i'm just taking some of my pets for a walk," she says with a stuffed-full baby backpack.
"i want to learn to read."
uh - "okay."
i took that to mean "i want to actively learn to read, mama. so hurry up the process."
we (i) have a few favorites, so we got some things out that will be close at hand from now on.
and we read, of course.
with another "new profile".
he likes the challenge, evidently.
menu planning (a family affair. that way i don't -hopefully- have to cook three different suppers.)
- a project from The Usbourne Complete Book of Art Ideas.
(a fantastic book. check your library. but not mine, because i'm not done renewing it.)
Little Son discovers (in the deepest depths of a toy box) "there are actually some pretty interesting things in there."
cool words. like "neuroticity" and "authenticated" and "articulated".
godzilla scene enactment.
so he can figure out how big he wants his Mothra to be.
outside play with Dad (before he goes off to work for the night)
mooooood rings.Mama an' Baby.
(mine's been green and orange and golden brown, today. that must mean "happy" and "satisfied". :) )
that would be a transplant of rosemary from the garden to the kitchen.
let's use up a bit of that rosemary, shall we?
wild salmon, roasted rosemary red potatoes, and salad.
via hot chocolate with marshmallows.
more computer love
i dunno what else comes this way.
no matter -
and ooey gooey chocolatey.
we'll see you tomorrow.