I'll start at the beginning. The "broken" arm. It happened in yoga class of all places. One too many reverse planks or maybe it was the 2 minute reverse plank, but the once broken left forearm became useless with shooting pain from my wrist to my elbow.
|Do not try this at home, could result in injury!|
On to the important stuff! The grandsons!
|Christopher hanging out in the grocery cart|
|on the bench at the playground|
|hey mom! Do you think I can get on top of the car?|
|I really prefer playing on top of the table instead of next to it|
As for Daniel, he is quite the 3 year old boy! I think I remember the 3's being what the terrible 2's were advertised to be. That whole free will thing flares it's ugly head. Testing the boundries at every turn, I am convinced it is a sign of great intellegence! I love being with him and being able to do more and more every time we visit, he is sooo much fun, he just "gets it" and is never at a loss for enthusiasm. He is starting to understand things like the Easter Bunny and the Easter Egg hunt and we get to enjoy those childhood thrills all over again.
|Daniel doing a great job of coloring those Easter eggs!|
|Daniel and Grampy planting Rachel's garden|
Sunday was Easter and we were all up bright and early for the great Easter egg hunt. The boys were ready to roll! They were good egg hunters. Christopher was at a distinct disadvantage from the beginning. His parents put him in yellow rubber boots that were at least a size too big for him and kept falling off him every other step. Find an egg, fall down, lose a boot, put the boot back on, pull yourself back up and stumble on to the next egg while brother Daniel charged ahead and found egg after egg. Christopher did not seem to mind the hardships and both boys had a great time.
|And they are off....|
|This picture cracks me up! Look at how many eggs are in Daniel's basket and look at his face, then check out Christopher's basket and his face!|
In his defense, Christopher decided to hide his eggs under the grass in his basket!
|Don't let these droopy eyes fool you, I am not tired, Daniel is painting and I am going to paint too!|