For this math exercise we did 20 M&Ms. He counted them all together, nurse counted them according to color, subtracted one (ate one), and then counted them all again. I ran through all the possible combinations with him. He really enjoys math time.
I love how much he wants to learn!
He’s started coloring pictures that look like the actual items we’d see with our own eyes. Even Captain Kirk has a face with a smile. Can you guess what the picture below is?
Being a kid is hard work. Learning constantly, while playing in the sand box or even pretending Star Trek, tires a little man out.
We went to the mall on Sunday afternoon hoping to take Neylan to the carnival. Poor little man was too short for the rides; we took him around the mall to make up for it.
Neylan also had his 3 year check up recently! He’s officially healthy. Blood pressure is fine, he’s on a good dosage of antibiotics, and according to his blood tests lead and anemia are not a problem. He’s 27 lb. and 36 in. tall.
And here’s another first for my sweet boy. He’s coloring inside the lines. (October 1,2013)
There should be a scientific law that when you turn the camera on for children they change what they are doing and start acting silly.
He’s also had a blast “reading” me his version of the books I’ve read to him. 🙂 Here’s the Very Hungry Caterpillar written by Eric Carle. I had to cut it into 2 videos because my phone wouldn’t send it all as one. At least I have this for later. It’s so sweet.
That “pizza” is a piece of pie and the “candy cane” is actually a sausage. That’s what makes this video so magical to me; he’s using his imagination.
And that’s the awesome end of the book. 🙂
My child gives me many laughs. I’m so thankful for him, and I’m so thankful for a place I can share him with others and keep these memories.
Megan A.K.A. “Mom”