Kendall said "awesome" tonight. And it sounded awesome. It is so fun to hear the new words that they learn every single day! That is the highlight of my day. And, since Kendall has the tendency to be a little uh, challenging, shall we say these days, it's nice to have fun moments like "awesome." Her yogurt mess (AKA: A Culture Study) at dinner was another one of those moments. Clean up wasn't all that fun, but it was hilarious when I realized that she was wearing more yogurt than she had consumed. Her word for yogurt? Go-gee, of course.
Emma is able to recognize capital letters (all of them). We have some bigger blocks and she was so proud to hold one up and tell me what letter it had on it. And then she said "four." I looked and, sure enough, there was a "4" right there. It appears that she has learned to recognize her numbers also. We'll have to try a little pop quiz tomorrow to see what numbers she knows already, but I was pretty happy.
Honk if you love Clarkie:
Clark said "beep-beep" at the grocery store today. That might not sound too impressive to some, but the fact that he got every consonant and vowel sound right and said it more than once was music to my ears! When I hear him sing along with a song that is playing I get so excited for him. And he very clearly signs "eat" while saying the word out loud when it's time for dinner which makes me oh so proud. But oops, I did notice that I neglected to scrape all of the sweet potatoes from his little face after dinner, so they too are making an appearance on the blog tonight.
Our day in a nutshell:
Today was a pretty good day. We got out to the grocery store (as mentioned before) and had lunch there too. Yummy. Kendall even wanted to try out our sandwiches (they don't typically eat too much meat because they are not interested).
Daddy got home tonight just in time for baths, so we went for three-at-once which is always lots of fun (slightly stressful but comical to an outsider, I'm sure). They had fun