I’ve seen people being transported lots of ways in the past.
But this was a new one for me!
A couple weeks ago my kids had career day at school. Things like this always make a little nervous when I first hear about it because the first thought that jumps in my head is “Oh no! How much work is this gonna take for me?!”
It’s terrible of me! (But I know I’m not alone.)
It took them no time at all to declare that they’d like to be a chef and an architect. With a little thought we had outfits planned…
The biggest victory in this outfit was the chef’s hat made by stapling a plastic bag (thank you God that I had a plain white one!) in a ring of folded parchment paper. Easy peazy!
Check out this kid. I can hardly handle it.
He has his recent 3D puzzle model of the Burj Al Khalifa (tallest building in the world in Dubai), his Dad’s padfolio, a tie and combed hair.
Oh my word he was so cute.
He asked for business cards so I whipped some up for him (which he then passed out to his classmates and teachers very proudly like a good little businessman)…
And some plans and sections of the building itself. I couldn't’ help myself.
Success! And it was actually fun!
And the best brother award currently goes to this boy… who laid on the floor to play a game with Lil’ A early one morning even though no one asked him to and she didn’t have a clue how to actually play.
So good to see this to balance out all the bickering the kids often do…
This girl loves to do crafts and in the past few months she’s gotten so creative.
Here she put on display the cute things she had created in just the past day or two. She wanted me to send a picture to her Grammi, because Grammi supplies a lot of her craft supplies!
B is def in a wiggle stage. Similar to this, he also worked his way out of his boppy that I had laid him in, nicely supported of course. But the opposite direction that I would have expected.
I’m trying to prepare myself for when he REALLY starts to move. Oh my goodness…
I get major flashbacks these days because I have baby boy in a hot desert climate and culture. It’s so similar to when H was a baby and it feels so familiar.
Like this day, when we went out to lunch after church and Mister B was snoozing in his car seat, flushed and pink from the hot temps, but not letting it interrupt his nap.
I think I’ll be seeing a lot more of those pink cheeks now that summer is almost here!