The other day the kids watched The Little Mermaid for the first time (and now they are really excited about the live action version coming out in May). They loved it, though the shark attack was a little bit frightening. Mayci pretty much dove into Zeke’s arms. Big brothers will always keep you safe.
As soon as I read that a group of 60-something assassins are on their retirement cruise I was sold on picking Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn for my September Book of the Month book!
Anthony spent the night at his big sisters’ apartment Sunday night so he helped pack his own lunch and snack for Monday while he was there.
Anthony bought his lunch in the cafeteria on Thursday (he loves their pizza) so no lunch from home needed for him that day.
Zeke bought his lunch in the cafeteria on Friday (he picked chicken tenders). Mayci and Nicky so far have declined the offer of buying lunch once a week. They like their lunches from home better than cafeteria food.
When I was a kid I thought the Graphic Novel section at the bookstore was for naughty books so I totally avoided that area. You know… graphic… ones. I’ve since learned that graphic novels are really just stories in comic book format.
The kids have really gotten into playing with the Perfect Blocks again. These blocks are all the same size and shape. The only difference is their colors.
What can be built with them is only limited by the imagination. They play with them now pretty much every day. Definitely the favorite communal toy right now.
Two days this week the little ones had early out so snacks were only needed those days for Fritz, Adrian, and Noah (since he gets two snack times a day).