Saturday, January 31, 2009

Soccer Champion of the World

Okay, a little tiny smidge of exaggeration, but I see the title in his future. He is good. Look at those kicking skills!

Aiden's input:
It was a good game. He missed the Xan!
(Mommy was at home sick with a cold.)

Friday, January 30, 2009

Let the show continue...

Not to be outdone, Aiden continued the talent competition with beautiful notes from his harmonica. He actually walked up and asked "Can I play this for you?".

Johnny and the Alphabet

I get home from work this evening and Jude is jamming out to Johnny Cash. Roman couldn't help himself, he was doing the Ro~dance.

After filming Ro, Aiden proceeded to show me his skills at singing the alphabet. We need to practice a little more but he is doing a mighty fine job, if I must say so myself.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

The Opportunist

Roman, the baby of the bunch, has skills! He is an Opportunist with a capital O. If he wants something, he WILL get it. He will watch you, wait for you to turn away, and his ninja skills kick in, he is fast, and he will have whatever it is he wanted. Lately, it has been whatever food is left on the table. If Aiden (who likes to get up from the table during meal time at least ten times) leaves his food or drink, and walks away to watch television or do whatever he does that is important at the age of three, Roman is ON it. Last night, it was milk shakes. This morning, it was waffles. At lunch, it was french fries. Roman is going to pass these boys up in size in no time. It drives Aiden crazy and we always remind him to stay seated and it won't happen, but he never learns. The bad thing is, if one of us is sick, Roman will catch it with his scavenger ways.

The new word of the week is "What?!"...
If you call Roman, he turns to you and yells "what" with his hands up. Cute, but losing it's cuteness by the minute.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

I'm blank

Maybe tomorrow will be more interesting.
I tried.


It's all the rage. Blair started it in our mom's group and we all jumped on the bus. She has a great idea, make it a sort of "book" for her children when they get older, they will see what their daily lives were like. I love it! I just do not know if I could be as dedicated. It is like making photo albums for your children. I have purchased many adorable (expensive) photo albums to use for the kids photos but have yet to make one. They are all under my bed, empty. The photos, all on my computer. :) I am going to give this a shot and see how long I can keep up with it. If anything, it may just be a chapter in my life. Thanks, Blair, for the great idea! Now here we go...