Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Jesus Loves Me by Cade R. Gant

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Cade is singing "Jesus loves me this I know for the Bible tells me so. Little ones to him belong, in Christ Jesus they are strong..." He sounds a little funny because he has a cold. He is also trying to do some of the words in sign language.

Sleeping with ...

Lately, due to the weather, Zane's hands have been very dry. I have been putting a lot of moisturizer on them at night and then covering them with socks. The other night I told him that I would be doing it again and asked if he liked wearing socks on his hands. He said, "Yeah. Who wouldn't?"


Luke doesn't have any socks on his hands, but lately he has enjoyed wrapping his neck with his blanket. Although he looks cute in the picture below, sometimes he is wrapped up so tight it's a little concerning!

Chuck E. Cheese

Today my cousin Karen was nice enough to invite us to Chuck E. Cheese's. I was nervous about taking all three boys because I haven't been there and didn't know what to expect. I had three rules for the day: 1) Be thankful, 2) Stick to Mom, and 3) Take turns. The boys did great! I was proud of the way they behaved and they had a lot of fun! It was a bit of a frenzy with so many things to do (my head is still spinning a bit). After their afternoon of fun, they each fell quickly asleep at nap time. :o)

Sunday, April 06, 2008

Randomness

Today on TV a person posed the question, "What is hard water?" Both the older boys said ICE. Cory and I laughed.

When Cade wakes up in the morning the first thing he thinks about is food. Sometimes he comes in my room and pretty much yells at me, "Wake up! [Granola] Bar!" The first thing Zane thinks about is playing and Luke, if not distracted by Zane, likes to come in and snuggle with me.

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

The things they say...

Zane and I were in the kitchen tonight working on school. Luke was on my lap. I told Zane I was going to use the stopwatch on my phone to time him while he reviewed his "sight words". Zane & Luke started asking a lot of "how" questions. I decided not to answer the questions and said, "I can do it because I'm smart." Then, of course, I couldn't get it to work and Luke politely said, "It looks like you're not smart enough." (In my defense, Cory couldn't get it to work either.)

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