boys currently.

 (this photo is moses pretending to be mark on yo gabba gabba)

Random things about the boys this past week...worthy of recording. 
No crafter post today...I will show you why tomorrow. :)

A note to friends: if you come to my house let it be known that you should bring your own tissues.  Aaron's favorite activity is to pull them all out, one by one, fake cough into them and put them back.

Earlier this week, as Moses was upstairs getting ready and undressed for his bath, he came to the top of the stairs and threw down a blank t-shirt to me...the one he had worn that day.  I noticed, came to the bottom of the stairs and he says "Hey mom, can you put something on this for me? I'll take a shark, thanks."  and walks back to his bath.  What have I done? 

This week Aaron has started making a kissing noise.  Only it doesn't come right before he kisses's more like, he starts to make it, announcing that he is giving them away and whoever gets to him first gets to have one.

Moses is starting pre-school this fall, a result of one generous uncle B who offered to send him. :) If you ask Moses why he wants to go to school he will tell you "to get Valentines".

This week Aaron had three teeth break through the gums within 24 hours of each other.  Ouch and aaahhhh all at the same time. :)

Proof that Moses is surely Doug's child: brushing his teeth is ticklish to him, he can hardly take it some days, you can tickle him from across the room by talking about it in just the right way and cutting the hair on his neck is one of my more challenging moments due to involuntary shoulder shrugging caused by being ticklish.  Doug is extremely ticklish.

Generally, when Aaron is doing something naughty, he makes this funny sound with his mouth by rubbing his tongue between his gums.  It sounds like deedle-deedle-deedle-deedle....sometimes he does quickly...sometimes slowly.  Either way it is nice of him to give us a "tell".

This week I overheard Moses singing "yes, nor, yes, nor, yes yes nor, yes, nor, yes nor, yes yes nooor".  Nor = Lord.



Jen~ Lipstick and Laundry said...

I too love the "Yes Nor" song, it's a catching lil tune and sticks with you all day!

Heather at All A Flutter said...

great post!! where'd you get that blue print that hangs over the boys chalkboard? i kinda love it.

Wendy said...

Soooooo CUTE!

Trish said...

cute... one thing that addie said last week.
we just bought the resurrection eggs from the christian book store and she said, "hey mom, can we do an erection egg today?"

Gotta work on that pronunciation!

Sarah said...

We did a funky version of "Yes Nor" at VBS last summer! Very cute!

I'm going to look up the book on your previous post on Amazon. I loved what you wrote about that. I'm always looking for ways to live out my faith!

Miss G said...

Moses throwing the blank shirt down the stair cracks me up! :) Kelly

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