I thought I would share some of them today.
He wanted Mrs. Diane to take this pic and send it to me
and tell me he loved me. :)
After Jubal gets off the bus at the daycare, these boys of mine
can't wait to see each other.
I can't remember what Mrs. Diane said he was doing here. (?)
In motion, doing the Hokey Pokey. Ha!
Put your left foot in...
Reading his book.
Reading to me for the pic.
Another day after Jubal was at the daycare and they
were hot & sweaty from playing outside.
This is Gentry's element right here. Building anything and everything
with blocks, legos, whatever he can find.
Gentry's chalk drawing of what is supposed to be a bee.
He told Mrs. Diane to send me a pic and to tell me he loved me so
so so so so so so so so much. :)
That's our thing.
Jubal requested this picture be taken and sent to me.
I love that my boys are tight.
He filled his bus completely up with whatever he could fit in it.
Helping Mrs. Diane at lunch time by passing out spoons.
He's such a big helper.
Gentry is maturing so quickly, right before my eyes. He's so independent. He has his own chores at home that he set for himself. He is in charge of feeding the cat and giving her water. He picks up after himself, and puts things exactly where they go, most times without any direction at all. He doesn't like being helped with anything until he figures out that he may need a little help.
He has such a HUGE vocabulary. I'm sure most of it comes from having an older brother, but wow...just wow! He can hold a conversation with a grown up for as long as you will listen. HA!
I'm so proud of both of my boys, and I'm glad they are growing and learning so well. I wish I could keep them both this age forever. They can do so much for themselves, but still need Mama & Daddy for lots of things, too.
I'll try to do a kindergarten update on Jubal soon. He's doing well, too. It's amazing that he can read little 4 or 5 page books to me now. I am just in awe. Really.