So there was this one day that was bright and sunshiny and so we ran to the store really quick and didn't take our jackets and then when we got out of the store there was a full-on blizzard raging outside. Good times.
were watching a little neighborhood girl for the day and Charlie
decided to do his best to impress her. He began with a classic
trash-can-lid-on-the-neck move. That didn't work very well so he added
in a little hula-hoop action.
When that was a no-go he decided to pull out all the stops.
Playing in the car is still one of his favorite things to do. Today he had fun cranking up the volume and then laughing when I would say, "It's too loud!" He'd turn it down for me, look at me with that grin of his, and then turn it all the way up again.
It's fuzzy, but I wanted to post and remember this night. We were able to get tickets to BYU's production of "The Phantom of the Opera". The show was amazing and we had such a great time! Brigham Young University has some extremely talented students - we couldn't believe the quality of the stage, acting, singing, and music. Loved it!
They did their own cars for the pine wood derby.
Which is how it should be.
They had so much fun making them and have such a great sense of pride and
accomplishment being able to produce the imaginations of their minds.
Trying to convince Charlie that it is not a fun game to lick someone. It's not going very well since I yelp and squeel when he tries to lick me and (being the boy that he is) that just spurred him on more.
They were fighting so I told them to sit on the couch and to stay there until they could think of something nice to say about the other person. They decided to have a glaring contest instead. (But they snapped out of it as soon as I took their picture. Ha! Maybe I should use that as a distraction technique - "Keep arguing! I'll go grab the camera to take your picture!!")