So he insisted on making it again.
What is cool (or perhaps horrifying) is that he is entirely capable of making it by himself now.
He even made them into a smily face.
He opted for cinnamon ham rather then green. One green food per day was enough.
And didn't leave tooo much of a mess behind.
That is one happy cook!
I was out of commission on Friday and Saturday. Especially Friday. The boys got out a cookie sheet, and placed a homemade peanut butter and jelly sandwich, mug of milk and two organic oreo's.
Fresh water? Check
Reading Material? Check
They are completely capable of taking care of me!
They were slightly bored, since I wasn't much fun, so I let them watch Ice Age 2. When that was done, I challenged them to create a Wooly mammoth out of K'nex or Lego. They brought me many creations after that!
Another big event Canaan had recently is that he had his first "real" lawn mowing experience.
Line it up straight
Daddy, marshalling him...
back up the hill!
He didn't actually do a whole lot. But, he and his brother dug out the gardening gloves and helped me do some weeding instead.
It was a beautiful, breezy day in June (before this atrocious heat wave!)
Very breezy...(That is my hair in the picture!)
There we go! A nice, non-hairy picture of gardener Zion.
Life is beautiful.
Now all that a mom could wish for is the hands of time to slow down.... just a little please?