Monthly Archives: July 2011
It was a summer of, “Oh yeah.” It was a summer of wonderful grammar such as, “Here us am,” and “I very, very like this,” and “You no come with me.” It was a summer of independence; “I do it on my own.” It was a summer of alphabets and counting. It was a summer … Continue reading
Bye Erin, Kirsten, Gillian & Brett. We’ll see you at Christmas!!
Tonight we had the side walk chalk out writing letters and he said, “My name and Auntie Peggy’s name start the same.” I very gently squashed his little idea and said condescendingly, “No sweetie, they start differently. Your name begins with a B and Auntie Peggy’s name begins with a P. Two different letters.” He … Continue reading
Last week I blogged about how much fun we have at Tales for Tots at the St Mary’s Library. We went to our last one today and it was wonderful, as always. I snapped this picture as Blake and Karen demonstrated some of the tickle rhymes. He’s the first to volunteer every week. My boy … Continue reading
This super cool water fountain is right on the main street and we can stop for a drink any time we like.
Look who’s the Kid of the Week in the St Mary’s Independent newspaper. He appears next to the dog of the week, and he won himself a free milkshake. The newspaper provided the joke. Blake’s best joke goes like this: Knock Knock Who’s there? Scooby Scooby who Scooby Dooby Doo Hilarious, I know, but maybe … Continue reading
Last summer we visited Erin, Gilly and Kirsten’s farm to see their horses and maybe take a ride on a little pony called Little Bear. Blake was tentative at first but he did get on and have a ride. Several times over the last 12 months we have heard Blake tell his friends and neighbours … Continue reading
Another fun day at the rink. This time with a skating frame and a Grandpa on ice. Both gave Blake a bit more confidence and independence. He’s doing great! Three generations of skaters. He’s got standing on ice figured out. It’s the moving part that’s tricky. Skating is fun and all, but the very best … Continue reading
That’s me up there crossing the finish line with my sweetest boy. I did it! I did it! I did it! I ran a 1oK! Two years ago I’m not even sure I could have run 1o meters and today I ran 10K!! I didn’t walk a single step. I AM A RUNNER!!