From Daddy: As mentioned in yesterday’s post, he has come to love Connect Four. Above is a photo of him happy joining a couple of boys who were playing when we arrived at Day Camp this morning. Below is a photo shortly thereafter as the boys permitted him to play in the very next game.
The boy (barely seen) on the left kept talking the whole time, identifying blocking moves for both our boy and his opponent. Our boy lost, but he was very happy to be playing.
Also, as I mentioned yesterday, he happily skip-shuffled to camp and it was very cute! I took a video this morning of his walk to camp, but he didn’t do it again.
(or click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UX5mEgBx6qE to see him go to day camp)
Mommy said that he was playing Connect Four when she picked him up this afternoon for lunch and an outing to the zoo.
At the zoo, he said that he raced the train and people were happily watching him, impressed with his speed!
At dinner at Yeah-Yeah’s and Ngen-Ngen’s, Ga-Ga told him, “You are one of my best cousins.” (Ga-Ga only has three cousins.)
The reply was, “Ga-Ga, you are one of my best cousins as well.” (Cute!)
After dinner, the boys played the Wii. He lost bowling, but he was very good-spirited about it. This is great because about a year ago, he would cry after the loss!
Also, Di-Di playing very poorly on his second hole in Wii golf (not that Di-Di cared). Our boy couldn’t take it! He tried to offer advice, pleaded his case to Di-Di, but ended up having to leave the room (so that he could not watch) with his hands over his ears. This from the boy who used to intentionally his Wii golf balls into the water hazards.
Four Years Ago: Easter Weekend!
(or click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvRNEfAuUAE to dizzily play in the sandbox)
(or click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfnJnYaEU9o to see his with Brady drawing with chalk)
(or click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEtGdb5AmLM to observe his good-bye to Granddad)