Julia (14 months) was in the back of the chapel with me because she just couldn't handle all of the commotion in our church pew. I set Julia down for a minute and she ran right over to the chapel doors, pushed the doors open just enough for her little body to slide through. She is one strong and determined little girl!
I am the Primary Chorister. Today we were learning the song, "I am Glad for Many Things." I had three children tell me what they were glad for so we could fill in the blank as we sing. Tyler's answer was, "I am glad for MY COOL UNCLE." He was referring to his Uncle Mark.
Brian came up with a great quiet activity for a Sunday afternoon... drawing out their own towns, complete with roads to their favorite places. This kept them busy for a couple of hours. We're also working on memorizing the Articles of Faith. Brian has the 1st Article of Faith memorized!
Katie loves to build "house castles" with couch cushions and just about every pillow and blanket in the house. When I came upstairs after starting up a load of laundry, Katie had a huge grin on her face and said, "Look, Mom! I made you this house castle just like Elsa can do!" She's been watching "Frozen" on repeat this past week.
We are lucky to have a huge back patio. It is perfect for playing basketball, riding bikes, and best of all... getting creative with chalk drawings. Tyler surprised me with his excellent Ninja Turtle drawings. I had no idea that he knew how to draw Ninja Turtles. I love watching kids create. They don't hold back, they just go and create without really thinking about it. That's what's great about art... there's no wrong way to create.