Daniel LOVES the dulcimer that Daddy brought home. His uncle made this one and his grandparents gave it to him. Daniel told me to "sit and listen." He was rather upset when I didn't immediately comply. He is learning to talk so quickly that I'm still not used to understanding a command! So, I sat and listened. It was beautiful. He had to come over and look at the picture every time I took one - then he would go over and complete his concert. He laughed at this photo and said, "Foot. Up." Then he giggled some more - toddler humor :)
These next pictures were all taken TODAY. I'm posting these next two pictures in honor of Keetha, who saw two posts with very similar pictures the other day. If you'll look closely on the toilet seat, you'll see a pile of toddler wipes that are to be used in the potty room. I guess it's more fun to pull all the wipes out than to actually sit on the potty.
We stuffed them all back into the container together.
I went into the other room to change Sarah, forgetting that my laptop and Daniel were in the kitchen, unsupervised. I didn't think to take a picture of it until Brad was mostly done with the repair job, but I think you can get the idea. Daniel was sitting in the second time-out of his life when I took these photos.
So, while Rachel and Daddy were at the school for her piano lesson and Sarah was napping, I gave up doing anything "productive" and helped Daniel set up his trains. We both had a great time playing together - OK, we were each playing by ourselves in the same space, but it was fun! Daniel is modeling his "CHEESE" smile, while Jack wonders why I made him sit there, poor dog. (Note to Amy - I'll buy him a new bone next time I'm at Picture Perfect - that will be his belated Christmas gift.)