"(For) How long is something in the small intestines?"
That was a pretty good opener for our day.
Besides crepes with strawberries, that is.
And lest you get the wrong idea here (that this was my doing), she grabbed the skeleton off the fridge, and said "I wanna do this, now!" Which meant get out a little "kid" cutout, and draw bones on it.
But first she had to put together the human skeleton puzzle, of course. And then flip it over and redo it to see the muscle, nervous, and digestive system.
We played with pulleys and ropes in the backyard.
An' there was a nice long rasslin' session before their daddy went to work.
Races. In the house.
I put tools and fasteners in a tray, and gave her wood.
She made a couch (for her barbies), a lamp, and a coffee table. !!!
Also, it's another 2008 Mensa Select Winner, as well as 2008 National Association for Gifted Children Recommend Toy List Award.
Quiddler for Trev and I.
I spose I had something to prove (as he wasted me two days ago--by about 170 points), because I wasn't overly generous with my help, today,
and I managed to win. !!! :)
To videos for one on the pc,
the trampoline for the other,
and peeling potatoes for dinner for the third of us.
And then Pet play for one,
computer play for the other (who had been outside)
and Here for the other.
Our day ends with soft guitar strumming, isn't that nice?
Life is good.
(And we'll link this one to Saturday's Artist!)