For those of you who saw our FB page post about Saint not eating his dinner, you’ll be happy to know he’s still on a hunger strike. He’s 20 months old and the size of a big 3 year old- so we aren’t worried he’ll starve or shrink- however it is really annoying to work on dinner for an hour only to have a child throw it at you.
He’s been trying his hand at being a dare devil lately. He climbs islands, ovens, stair railings, and trees. I would tell you my heart sinks every time we go to the park- but I have learned that God gave him more strength and baby fat than the average kid- so he’s fine. This kid can take a hit like non other.
My Sunshine Girl- is a budding artist. She loves to draw, paint, cook, sing, and act. Like- all of the time. We’re getting ready for spring break so that is her main art inspiration these days. Below is a pic she created for my Mom and Dad.
I once went to an art collectors home in Columbus Ohio and she had the most amazing oil paintings hanging all over her amazing home. However what really struck me where the paintings her kids had drawn ( when they were kids) framed and mixed in with the art collection. I have started a small collection of their art work and plain to have it framed and hanging on our walls….you know among the very exclusive and amazing paintings we own and collect. We’re very posh.
The spring weather has FINALLY arrived. I can not properly explain the beauty and necessity of vitamin D.
This picture is from this past weekend. The spring sunshine has been waking this little guy up super early- so Matt has developed a method of sleep training I like to call- just put him in our bed, turn on Thomas , and see what happens. What happens is he jumps on the bed and on us. I’ll miss this someday right? Right.