I am so, so, so, so, so, so very tired. So I am afraid this will largely be pictures. (Why didn't anyone tell me how impossible it is to blog with a purpose for 5 days straight?)
Four was amazing and beautiful and fun and full of amazing moments of realizing what a big kid he was becoming.
He rode his first carnival ride.
He took swimming lessons. He took to the water like a fish. He could swim a bit on his own by the end of his first 2-week session.
We went to the beach for his first time. He likes the pool much more...the beach is too "dirty".
He started school.
First airplane ride.
First trip to Disneyworld.
He got a trampoline!
He learned to read, write, and figure out what Josh and I are spelling back and forth to each other. Its dangerous here lately!
He worked on his photography. Nice shot!
He got to bring home the class pet. Yes, it is a stuffed sheep. He had to read all of his blends to the sheep and count to 100.
He camped out for the first time!
He went to the zoo for the first time that he can remember. He went once before as a wee one.
And, he turned five.
We love you so, sweet boy.
Five is a super fun age. You're going to love five.
He is so cute!
The COWBOY HAT!!! I love the cowboy hat. Oh and that first day of school picture? The noise you just heard was my heart breaking.
I love the picture from the first day of school. Classic.
Oh, my. I know you think it's lazy, but I'm loving the photo-posts. He is so cute, that BubTar.
I L-O-V-E a kid who loves water. Which reminds me. This spring's goal is to get Mme L to appreciate the pool...
Wow. Too sweet.
I saw a bit of a heartbreaker (okay, MUCH more than a bit) in that cowboy photo. Watch out girls...
I love, LOVE the first day of school pic. I'm sure the girls adore him!
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