Tuesday, August 30, 2011


Looks like someone got Nick's rhythm.  Lucky kid.


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Boy Box

I haven't been keeping up with this blog much lately, we are doing a whole lot of the same things day in and day out and I guess I just don't feel that any of it warrants a blog post.  We've been to a couple play dates, parks, Legends, the Plaza, shopping, Nana's, restaurants, and such in the past couple months.

Ethan starts pre-school next week (two days a week for 2.5 hours each day) and I'm toying with the idea of having Alec attend a Kid's Day Out program one day a week.  He could definitely benefit from some social interaction, and I'll admit that I could benefit from from anti-social interaction.  So we'll see.

Monkey see, monkey do.  Ethan went first, followed by Alec.  And then for some reason Alec showed his grouch face (which he does by request now, most of the time).

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Monday, August 22, 2011

Brown Bear, Brown Bear...

...what do you see?

I see a big gun pointing at me!

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Sunday, August 14, 2011


Getting a dandelion from your child will never get old.

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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Straw Glasses

They might not help you see better, but they sure do make things taste better.

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Tuesday, August 2, 2011


Oh, the million different kid activities to do in the Kansas City area!  I can't keep them all straight.  Sometimes I even remember to bring my camera.

Nick's sister and her 2 little ones were in town so we checked out Wonderscope.  It's an old school building that has been transformed into a kids museum.  Perfect for the 4 little kids, Alec even had a room solely for toddlers his age.  I didn't get any pictures of Gavin, he took off every time I pulled out my camera, but he was there too.

Mallory and Ethan at the farmer's market.

Mallory and Ethan playing checkout. 

Dr. Mallory fixing up Baby Jane.  She makes a pretty good doctor, doesn't she?

Dr. Ethan assisting.

Alec found these doctor glasses and did NOT want to take them off.

Face painting and water coloring, what more could a 3 year old want?
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