Four year old putting Legos to good use.
The four year old is giving kisses to the last bite of his doughnut before he eats it. He's saying, “I will miss you in my tummy.”
This week I told my eight year old it was his half birthday. He immediately said, “I want a half cake... we could put half a smiley face on it.”
My eight year old had the best answer for his “all about me” page at school today.
Are these Carlson Kids working on a new recording project? Or bolstering their hipster credentials? Nope, they're just checking out a multimedia exhibit at the art museum.
How did he get this big? I thought he was still, like, two.
The trippiest photos I've ever taken! Here are at least three four year olds and four three year olds.
Me: “Are you trying to get up and start your day, or are you tired and want more sleep?” Him: “Is there donuts?”
You can take pontoon boat rides on Madison's Lake Mendota, and we picked one of the nicest nights to try it out.
Not the first time the kids have high-fived or fist-bumped Bucky Badger, but it's always a good time when they do.