|These two are the best of buddies. No one can make Bell laugh like Moo does. Here, Moo is reading "Brown Bear, Brown Bear" to the baby.|
|My cute girls in their matching night gowns that came with nightgowns for their dollies. Thanks Grandma!|
|And our little man is growing up. He talks really well and people also comment on how funny it is to hear a little person speak so well. He is very expressive in his face and actions. And very stubborn too.|
Kj also loves her beautiful golden hair. She is really quite vain about it. She does not like it to be pulled back or anything done to it, just wants it down and flowing.
A worrier! The more she learns about, the more she has to worry over. Right now it's natural disasters, like volcanoes and such. I remember worrying about things like that when I was around her age. But she worries about other things as well. These past two weeks of school, a fundraiser was held. To earn money, the kids could pay a small amount each day and dress up for the theme of the day, but Kj hardly participated because she is so self conscious and didn't want people laughing at her. And she cried a lot at her first day of art class. She's one that needs to ease into things and doesn't do well with abrupt changes.
But she is a delightful story teller and reads like me, voraciously and almost unaware of the world around her. She loves to write and illustrate her own stories. She is constantly drawing pictures for her cousins and grandparents, which is so cute. I need to do better about getting them in the mail.
So there's our oldest in a nutshell. She's a keeper.