|Picture worthy attraction|
Nate's empathizing with his parents because a certain second born in our house
grumbles going out to have fun and coming in from having fun.
|Awesome canola fields|
|Music appreciation in our house always turns into a battle with the composers :)|
|Aaron being a great big brother, showing Alexander how to build.|
|A very blustery day|
|Aaron burning up the 4th grade math book.|
Anna's empathizing with her parents, both in the challenge of challenging a child in math
and in the handwriting and making sure they are writing everything you are supposed out.
|Andrew drew a empty tomb in our bathroom|
|The start of Greenfield Math! Aaron gets pretty complicated problems.|
|Lightning makes them explode when you get the question right.|
|The boys love the exploding.|
Perhaps the cousins could help us with what girls would like.:)
|We're reading the first of the Fellowship of the Ring books and|
Andrew created a new character, the scary dark elf rider.
|Great weather this week! So thankful!|
|Mom, I'm looking for trucks! Whoa, that's a big one!|
|I'm playing computer.|
|Rough computer game|
|Get well soon Grandpa John!|
|Body using swords to fight bad guy cells|
|We hope Grandma Mary is feeling better this week too.|
|Rhythm practice with dad|
|This stubborn two-year-old has held food in his mouth for half an hour refusing to chew and swallow.|
|The Everyday: Gumbo load of diapers drying|
|The Everyday: Oven baked potato pancakes|
(Andrew is getting better at his focus and attention span and is willing
to stick with regular chess rules for a whole game now.)
Wow, it looks like you guys have been busy this week, too! The canola fields look absolutely amazing. I just showed them to some people here at work with me and they were very surprised at how beautiful they look. And at the different mountain formations.ReplyDelete
Aaron, I'm really impressed by your math skills. I hope your mom can keep you challenged :-)
Andrew, your story about the dark elf was really cool and creepy and interesting at the same time!
Alexander, it looks like you have lots of fun with your brothers. And I hope you keep eating your food.
I love the lightning and explosions on Greenfield Math. I'm not sure what the girls would like to see... maybe unicorns and butterflies that carry the numbers away?
I hope the weather stays warm out there for all of you!
What wonderful pictures! Says Great Grandma McCann!ReplyDelete