He loves running around the house with our Point n' Click. He'll setup shots, make you say "Cheese", or just take your photo. At the zoo, he ran to the stroller with a passion I've never seen. "Where's my camera!? Where!? There's a fox!" He missed the shot, but maybe he learned a lesson.
I've also been reading more than usual. I finished "Nurture the Nature" from our sidebar. I can't recommend a better parenting book. I feel silly even calling it a parenting book. It was fascinating to see the data mixed with a granola crunchiness. I'm sure that the author wasn't going for a Semi-Hippie tone, but that's how I read it. It's broken down into age groups & then filled with MRI, genes, statistics, etc. If you're a regular blog universe reader, most of the content will be common sense (Doesn't it seem like most Mom Blogs are crunchier?). Limit tv, eat right, read, talk & cuddle with you kids. Common sense stuff, but nice to see that it really does have a positive effect on your child's brain. Just pick it up & get to your particular age group. There's no talk of discipline, but there's lots of discussions on gender differences. I can see where this may bother some people. But I tend to think that there is a difference between boys & girls, so it didn't upset me. I actually ran to the store & bought his book "Wonder of Boys". Before I dig into that one, I started "Outliers". Again, fascinating stuff!
There. A quick post. Ava is getting into town very soon.
Bring your camera, sister!
Don't forget the yarn.
Oh yeah and the books.
And did the girls have The Bird & The Bee cd?
Can you please bring yourself sooner?