Sunday, August 31, 2008
Here's Calvin at 19 months:
And today, almost 3 1/2:
Saturday, August 23, 2008
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Red polo, yellow athletic shorts, and green "army" sandals. And where did we go in this beautiful get-up? Why, Chuck. E. Cheese of course. Where he was very, very easy to spot.
And at this moment he is in the same shorts, a green soccer tank top, shin guards, soccer socks, and cleats (his latest obsession). Are any other little boys into "dress-up" right now? I swear, Calvin changes his clothes 4 times a day. And did I tell you he LOVED his bowling shoes??? Who likes bowling shoes??? At any rate, he keeps things interesting.
Sunday, August 17, 2008
We also had lunch out and a trip to the aquarium. That's about it for our week. Here's my attempt to get a cute picture of the boys together. I decided to put all of them on here just to prove how hard it is to coordinate a picture with two children (although I'm guessing most of you know that already). These were taken in a span of about 1 minute.
Okay, after putting all these on here I realized that Calvin is such a goofball. Luke has a perfect pose in all the pictures - Calvin's the one messing them up. Oh well, I really like the last one I got. Luke's a "cheeser".
Friday, August 8, 2008
Thursday, August 7, 2008
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Oops, already had problems. The pictures didn't go where I wanted them to... Do you have to put all the pictures on first and then go back and write about them??? Or can you add them as you go? Someone with experience, let me know...
Oatmeal night!!! This was, I believe, the third night in a row that Dave had night flights and the boys dined on one of their favorites - oatmeal. Luke is a little messy, but hey, at least he's learning to feed himself. (And dinner is right before bathtime)
Here's Luke sitting in Calvin's (emptied) toy basket and playing peek-a-boo. He cracks me up.
Wow, both boys actually sat on the couch and watched Elmo's World while I made breakfast. For the most part, Luke has no interest in t.v., but he can say "Elmo" and he'll watch it for a bit. Calvin, on the other hand, will watch absolutely anything. He actually sat with my dad for about 30 minutes one night watching golf (talk about boring). He really loves the "All About" shows (trucks, spaceship, motorcycles, etc.)
This is Luke's new favorite pasttime. He climbs up onto the safe beside my desk and plays with well, really anything. But here he is with a penguin solitaire game that I have. He takes the tiny penguins out and places them on the pegs (I'm actually pretty impressed by his fine motor skills), and only occasionally shoves them in his mouth.