Two weeks ago was grandparent's day. I helped Jack make the following cards for his grandparents. They're pretty funny, if you read them. I would say, "What do you want me to write?" And this is what he said:
Lincoln no longer wants to eat in his high chair, so he has graduated to our little green booster chair. Congrats, Lincoln! Jack has looked at this chair as a punishment the last few months, so he just sits on a regular chair now.
Since Jack likes the xbox so much lately, I checked out ebay for some kid games. I found a sweet deal on a Kung-Fu Panda/Lego Indiana Jones combo pack. He hasn't tried the Kung-Fu Panda game yet, but all he wants to do now is, "Play Lego game." Lincoln likes to think he plays a part in this, too.
So, I'm a dork and just erased all the pictures from the camera before they downloaded onto the computer. NICE! My paragraph will have to suffice. We spent yesterday (my birthday) at the zoo, and then went to Sweet Tomatoes for lunch. The rest of the day was relaxed and Doug let me have some "work" time for my Usborne Books business and organization. After dinner, we walked over to the pond across the street and threw bread in for the fish. We've also discovered a turtle that will come over and poke his head out of the water. Jack loves it, but Lincoln just sits contently in the stroller. Then we walked home and had some cake: chocolate cake and chocolate frosting. Thanks, Doug! He's making me his famous red wine vinegar ribs today. They are SOOOO yummy!! I can't wait.
Here's Jack pushing Lincoln around the room. I only let him do it once so the chair didn't tip over on Lincoln.
Here's a glimpse of what I witness every day... Lincoln's tantrums and Jack's taunting.