Thursday, February 07, 2013

Wednesday

 Oh, let's see.
There was loves to the birds.  Which meant watching them, admiring them, and finally feeding them.

There were ideas.
"I'm going to make a machine that digs!" and "I'm going to make a wagon!"


There were games.
Pentago, again,



and Lizards and Amphibians.


Which never goes quickly,

 as he knows much about these sorts of things, and we must have many relative conversations.

There was reading

 -she's getting so fast!-

puzzles,

and typing.


 Charlie Brown.

"Dad... I know you're not really good at cartilaginous fish biology, but do you know what kind of water Whale Sharks live in?"
"Kind of an open water, I think," said his dad.
"You mean pelagic?" asks Trev.
"Yes... that's the word I was looking for."

Zoo Tycoon. (For both.)

Sponge Bob.

Piano play, which mostly meant learning the names (and numbers) to some favorite Classical tunes, and which ones are good for dance concerts.

Yep--that sounds about right.
All is well.  ♥

3 comments:

theoldmilkcan said...

I am particularly fond of the conversation with Dad lol My eldest is fond of asking me questions like "what is dark matter?" in the middle of me stirring gravy lol

Jessica said...

Ha! Yes...Benjamin does the conversation thing with history. These are his common starters:

"Point of fact..."
"Here's a little nugget of history for ya..."

and...

"Did you know..."

I love him so very, very much. :)

Bethany said...

I love the conversation! Don't they just continue to amaze you! Sometimes I am struck with just how amazing my little blessings are!