You're right. That makes no sense. But! It doesn't have to :)
My turkeys! Love them!
My youngest son, Bubby, has worn his shoes on the wrong feet so often (including to the dentist the other day, where the hygienist noticed and commented on his foot-shoe placement), that now, they feel wrong when they're right. I'm sure there's a philosophical extrapolation we can make in this instance, but now I'm down to 22 minutes, so let's move on.
Bubby is in 2nd grade. And AKD wanted me to show you these pictures.
Bubby finally consented to me reading the Chronicles of Narnia to him. We have all seven books in one volume, so it's a really big book.
What I didn't exactly expect, was for him to be so wrapped up in the story that he would insist on reading it himself when I wasn't available to do so.
Yup. He read all that. I'm contemplating reading The Hobbit next, but since we don't own a copy, I'm trying to decide if I think we can read it in the amount of time the library is willing to let us borrow it.
I guess I should mention that these pics are not in chronological order. You're ok with that, right?
AKD is in the STEM+ Academy at school. No, I'm not sure what the + is. Here he is posing with his group for their interdisciplinary collaborative project for fall semester.
I love how they're all wearing tennies with their fancy clothes.
Bubby went to work with his Daddy one day in March. And when I say he went to work, I mean, he really went to work.
There were some organized activities for the kiddos, but there were also times when the kids were just with their parents. Bubby and some of the kiddos decided to build a factory. Here he is on the phone with the design group. And in the conference room with the core team.
The boys and I went on a hike during spring break.
Doesn't necessarily look very springy, does it?
Two minutes left! I'd say this was a successful photo dump. I still have all these random thoughts to share, but those will have to wait until next time. Til then--love y'all!