My mother performed countless acts of service at our home. She folded loads of laundry, washed piles of dishes, and held Becky for hours.
She also introduced Johnny to Amazon shopping.Read More »
Today’s post is brought to you by the letter “P”.
Johnny’s Kindergarten class is in the middle of “ABC Bootcamp”, where a new letter and sound are introduced every day. For Johnny this means moving at warp speed through the alphabet.Read More »
Today’s blog post is brought to you by the number six. For two reasons.
Johnny celebrated his 6th birthday last week. The kid had a blast tearing open gifts of Legos, Nerf guns, laser guns, and baseball equipment. He also completed his first full week of Kindergarten. And struggles to understand why he has to be in school for 6 hours every day.Read More »
Johnny’s baseball season has wrapped up. It was a delightful addition to a rather drab summer.
John mastered dressing in his uniform (mostly) and collecting all the baseball paraphernalia for games. As well as diving out of the car and running to the field in a hurry (we don’t leave much margin time for getting places on time).Read More »
Johnny had his first T-ball practice this week.
But it may as well have been Game 1 of the World Series.Read More »
Johnny is obsessed with all things Star Wars.
This is mostly due to his love of Star Wars Legos, inherited from his father.Read More »
I love watching Johnny during his weekly Zoom class.
There is something precious about a preschooler mumbling the words of the Pledge of Allegiance.Read More »
Johnny had his first Zoom class today. It was precious.
Attending in his pajamas, he soaked up the whole thing. His teacher started with the Our Father, the Pledge of Allegiance, and then the singing of God Bless America. With ukulele accompaniment!
And, no Johnny, I will not delete this video.