Adrian is outgrowing naps. He rarely naps anymore, but he is ready for bed at bedtime, usually falling asleep within minutes. The last few days; however, he read during quiet time, and then crashed at funny times.
The first day he fell asleep on the bean bag while Mark was reading out loud.Â Yesterday, he fell asleep when he sat down to read by me for a few minutes!
I never know what to expect with my children.Â Adrian came upstairs after playing by himself for awhile.Â I had to laugh!Â He had stuffed his shirt with two blankets!Â After seeing me he decided that was not good –I think he thought “not big enough”, so he exchanged it for his Tigger stuffed animal. Looks pretty close to me!
I needed to go to the eye doctor because my glasses were horribly misadjusted.Â They hurt to put them on. I called to see if my parents were home today and found my brother and Grandma were there too.Â So we skipped school and went to visit family.
My Grandma is very special. She taught me to sew and how to rip out my sewing mistakes. She taught me how to french braid hair. She still helps me with sewing questions. I always enjoy the time I can talk with her.
Every spring she comes to live with Mom and Dad for the summer. My brother Joe brought her up after enjoying her at his house for awhile. I enjoyed being able to talk to him today and watch him read “Green Eggs and Ham” to Adrian.
What is more fun then watching the car you designed and built with a little help from your dad compete against other cars?Â Watching your son’s face as he realizes that he might just have a chance to place. Even better is knowing that he is with terrific friends who are excited for him too.
Mark’s first car was very simple. He refused to add weights–and came in very last in his race!Â Learning a very important lesson, he decided that his goal would be to build a better car each year. After years of trying to improve his speed, Mark’s car came in third place today!
His car has been “impounded” so he can race in “District” the first weekend in May.