But they do follow simple directions.
When I say, "It's time to eat," they run to their high chairs.
When I say, "It's time for night night," they run to the gate at the bottom of the stairs.
When I say, "Daddy's home!" they run to the gate at the top of the stairs.
When I say, "Don't throw that grilled cheese on the floor!" they do it anyway.
After us parents and grandparents got educated, we all sat together for circle time and played with the shakers for the "Shaky, Shaky" song. Then, today's storytime was better than last week's because Grandma was there to wrestle one little fella. I've decided my "goal" for this class (because we have to state one!) is to sit in the circle during storytime. (We have to sell Butter Braids for a school fundraiser, too (!) so uh, if you're in the market for Butter Braids, I'm your woman. Thus begins my stellar career of hawking my kids' fundraisers on all my friends and family. How many more years of this?)
|N shaky shakin' it|
|Grandma A and M read a story during circle time|
|Mommy and N shaky shakin'|
|Our girlfriends H and B with their Mommy and Grandma|
My MVMOM friend M and her 18 month old daughters are in our class. School's more fun for us adults when our friends are there, too! And SHE brought her mother in law to school today, too! Here are the girls shaky shakin' their eggs.
|N's favorite part of school is gym...and snack.|
Heavens, my boys are such BOYS already. They LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the gym time and CRY if I make them share their favorite Little Tykes vehichle, the pickup truck. Wow, it's like they're middle school already, loving snack and gym, not liking reading.