"Mom. I need a string for my basket."
"Hmmm... whatcha building?"
"It's for my pets' playhouse. You know how there can be a basket to the clubhouse, and you pull on a rope to raise up the basket... for food and stuff?"
"Oh, yeah! I know what you mean." (a dumbwaiter)
"Yeah. That's what I'm using it for. Ooooh, and it can also be an elevator!"
"Yup. Sure can."
Do you like Sudoku?
I love Sudoku. :)
RugRats. A brand new discovery.
I know it's odd, but I love goggle faces. I love their duck-lips, and their squished eyes, and that they talk funny. :)
I should mention for The Babybook Pages, because I haven't, yet; last weekend we were invited to a birthday party at a pool.... I had been thinking for a while that Trev and Maddie just may be ready for the deep end of the pool. (You know... flying off the divingboards and such.)
This pool had a section of deep - nine feet- so I asked the babes if they'd like to go down there to check it out. Naturally they both said yes.
After having them jump in right next to the side where I could grab them, they then jumped further and further out.... and eventually off of a different edge and then swam to the side. Yup! They're swimming. Self-taught and capable. Awesome, awesome.
"Whatcha buildin'? Another contraption?"
"No, I'm making a clothes line. For Barbie."
Barbie sits on the front step, next to her pool, waiting patiently for her towel to dry, nekked and grinnin'. :)
Talk about the U.S. mint and coins. While in the pool. (He was in the pool, I was lookin' stuff up and answering his questions as they came.)
Led to mining, and also the worth of gold in the world today. (New Zealand, Great Britain, Turkey...)
swim! with Dad.
Trev and Eric decided to play Totally Tut... I asked if I could play with them.
I won, finally. Trev took second, Eric wasn't even really in the running. :)
It's a good life.