Sunday, November 30, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
I am so thankful for my in-laws. They make holidays so much fun. From card games to Badmitton to trips to the local Gator Farm--it doesn't matter what we are doing I emjoy being around them. Here are a few pics of our Thanksgiving together.
Thursday, November 27, 2008
I love my brother-in-law, Skip. He has such an interesting sense of humor and I am always laughing with him. For example, he always wanted to teach his kids the wrong animals sounds, like a dog meows, etc. He really is great with kids though. I have watched him with his own children for the past 10 years and now I get to watch him with my own kids. If only I had more of the silliness he has.
Video #2-Yesterday, Skip cornered Cavett and got him to say the phrase, "Yo, you want a piece of this?" It was hilarious. The Heizers had gone to the new Gator Farm (which we hope to visit tomorrow) and bought a T-shirt for Cavett. This was the phrase on the T-shirt with the Gator. Sorry it's sideways.
Video #1-Skip also taught Cavett to chase the cows in the field. It was quite empowering for Cavett to have the entire herd fleeing from him.
Welcome to week 3 of Literacy Thursday. Since it is Thanksgiving I decided to share one of our favorite betime/prayer books--Good Night God by Holly Bea. What is most perfect about it at this time is that the illustrations depict the wonderful sights of autumn.
The book has sweet illustrations of a bowl-cut, blond haired little boy walking through the park with his Dad. He says good night in rhyme to all things he sees on the walk and to things once he gets home. It sweetly ends by thanking God and telling Him good night.
Enjoy this one with your little one as you thank God for all that He has blessed you with this year and throughout your life. Happy Thanksgiving!
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I know I have been blogging about Cavett quite a bit lately, so here is an update on Kendrick. Today Kendrick gave me at least 2 instances where he really was understanding language.