One of his newest things is sweeping. You better believe I am tired of sharing my broom. He knocks big boys in the head with the handle and knocks things down. He has his own Noey sized broom and dustpan waiting for him on Christmas day. :) I can't wait to give it to hims.
He has also started to want to sit on the couch. Once a day after his nap he likes for me to sit him there, cover hims up, put a book in his lap, and turn on his Praise Baby DVD. He will almost sit for the entire show. He goes between his book and the movie all the while drinking his milk or juice.
Matthew made this game for him. We got the idea from the Mailbox magazine. He really likes to "feed" the squirrel "acorns".
Playdoh. Yes, it is a hit! :)
He asked for it another day when he saw it on the table. :)
I introduced these screw and bolts. He couldn't keep up the twisting action so I put these away again. I will try in a few more weeks.
Stamping was fun. Although, I came back from the dishes and he had Elmo on his whole mouth. ;)
Now this is his ultimate favorite right now. He will squeeze and squeeze these out and re-wet them. :)
Here he switched his Easter Eggs from bucket to bucket.
He decided on this day to not jingle his bells, but to stack them. hee hee
He is an old pro at this one now. He sees it and gets so excited because he KNOWS what to do and what to expect.
He spent quite a long time spooning the rice from one bowl to the next.
For this activity he decided to bring his raisins to snack on. :) You can see the little box with him.
I was surprised that he could work so patiently to get the stars off the sheet of stickers and place them on the paper. Sometimes the whole star stuck on his finger and he needed help.
I find alot of joy in teaching him and watching him learn. I really feel as if I was gifted something precious to be able to do this all over again. I so love him. He is so sweet and yummy.