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Monday, December 29, 2008

Treasures from this Past Week

No electronics TODAY and no training wheels either!
My boys had lots of fun with their third cousin Anita at Grandma's house. John's father's sister's daughter (in case you are wondering). She looks like my boys, doesn't she? She's pretty cute.

David was willing to take a photo. For once there is no goofy smile.

And they played and played.

They played card games.

They played worms.

William played, too. They kind of all dress alike, too.

They pulled down the Spanish Moss.
And they made a nest. Don't they make a good bird family?
(Creativity is amazing and doesn't need electricity or batteries.)
And Finally, here is a cosy hug from Scott to his Grandmother.

My mother posted her treasures (me and Carrie) here.


fitncrafty said...

This is really awesome! I love the photos. Everyone looks like they are having a great time!

I will share my treasures soon....

Michael F said...

Electronics are overrated! Grand Parents and people without children seem to think that it is not a toy unless it makes noise!

My toddler got a ton of stuff for Christmas and of course like my other children he played with the boxes for hours. He eventually got to the real toys but was fascinated by the boxes. The teens ripped through their boxes and went straight for the goodies so the boxes are only entertaining for so long :)

Go to my wife's blog and see Toddler T playing his version of Wii Fit :)

I must admit she is a pretty funny gal

ScienceGeek said...

This reminds me of the fun my boys have had over the holidays with their cousin (a girl, 11). They could have fun anywhere doing anything-they need nothing...just their imagination. They spent the day after Christmas climbing trees, playing was awesome.

I think it was funny that your kids "played worms". After our trip to a worm farm, my boys came up with "worm fighting". They lay on the floor on their bellies, clasp their hands behind their backs, and try to wrestle. The one that ends up on top of the other wins. It's hillarious to watch.

Kristen's Raw said...

Those pictures are so fun!!!

Happy New Year :)


Permission to Mother said...

Science Geek, I told the boys how your boys play worms. They tried it. Then they played logs. One boy rolls back and forth across the room and the other boy jumps over the log as it rolls back.

ScienceGeek said...

My boys will get a kick out of the fact that they started something!

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