Saturday, May 12, 2007















Joel and I are ever amazed at how quickly our kids are growing up and learning new things! This is a picture of Cosette learning to ride her bike outside in our drive-way


Up until this morning, we thought Eli would say "Grrrrrr" to any question like "What does a ___ say?" But, Joel asked him what a horse says, and he promptly made a 'click-clack' sound with his tongue. I know, I know, it's not that big a deal......but when he's your little boy, every new thing he can do seems like a major accomplishment :)









Here he is trying out the slide at the park. He mostly like climbing up it, or, er, trying to ;)









4 comments:

Anonymous said...

This 'grrrr' must be too sweet :-)

When my goddaughter was yet a toddler she did not get the difference between duck and frog, because they both made "quack", she ended up showing me the frog whenever I asked her to show me the duck in her picture book...

Munchkin Land said...

No matter that its your child, all accomplishments, big or small, need to be celebrated. That is awesome and I love that he answered "click-clack" instead of the usual "neigh". That's a very observant little boy you have there!!

Elise said...

Sweet, big children! They grow so fast, don't they - we must cherish every milestone, and of course, every stage where they just seem stuck - they'll grow out of it soon enough, and we'll long for those moments back again!

Beverly said...

What a cute little bike!! And congrats to Eli for mastering the horse sound!! I totally understand ... I get so excited about every little development. I feel so thankful for her and so proud of her, and start to feel all nostalgic;-)

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