Each one is Different!

The oldest boy is 14. He’s a leftie, and has never been interested in things requiring fine hand coordination… except perhaps a remote.  😉  He’s a happy guy and loves jokes and a good laugh. Lately he has been a good visitor for his grandfather who is very ill.

Dec31-2013MFandSkylerNumber 2 child is a girl. She loves art work 0f all kinds: play dough, water colors, drawing, and more. Recently scissors are her choice tool. But she had to wait a bit until right handed scissors appeared in the household.

Jan29-2014Kids4Jan29-2014Kids2 Jan29-2014Kids3Her younger brother wants to shine at everything that big sister does. I’m not sure he’s quite ready yet… but he has been busy lately reading all the numbers that are posted in stores,  getting them mostly right too. He also works with great concentration on puzzles. Here he decorates cookies (with a little help).

Dec19-2013Edmonton7LeoBaby brother is excelling at toilet training at 17 months. He also is fascinated by shoes and charming the world with his blue eyes and winning smiles. This photo was taken back in summertime, but captures both the shoe ”fetish” and the smile.

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About fromourisland

Gardener, knitter, wife, mother of 2, grandmother, and lots more.
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3 Responses to Each one is Different!

  1. Alice Jordon says:

    Such wonderful children.

  2. Asha says:

    Beautiful. I hope Grandpa is feeling better?

  3. Jack says:

    That is the way of the world. Isn’t it wonderful that we are all different? Life would be pretty boring if we were all clones. (Best wishes for grandfather . . . )

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