Just turn your head sideways 🙂
Going through the papers from kindergarten, I came across a note saying crazy hair day was coming up. Having a boy, I didn’t think it would be that big of a deal. Apparently he thought otherwise. I guess they talked about examples of what one could do for crazy hair day and different colors came up. A certain kindergartner in our house took this to heart as a must. I, on the other hand, don’t just own hair color. Grandma to the rescue!
The other one couldn’t be left out. I tried to lift chunks of hair and put it underneath so it wasn’t so obvious. It turned out more of a moldy look than anything but he was happy.
And more importantly, my fingers were green until well into the afternoon even though I wash about every half hour at work.
As I was getting a picture off the camera for something else I realized there were some from quite a while ago… oops.
So as promised, better late than never… here are some Christmas pictures that were stuck in the camera.
Also, I found some bonus other pictures…
The Reindeer Pinata from kindergarten
The gingerbread house made at school with the help of grandma
Our astronaut and his space control panel
“Drive-in” movie night
They just look so sweet in pictures!
The Winter Olympics are in full swing. That means this household will be watching lots and lots of curling… along with those other sports they show.
I love watching the opening ceremony and I especially love the sappy Olympic commercials they play.
They have talked the Olympics up during the past week at the tall one’s school. He kept talking about how it was starting soon and he was very excited. They even did a flag ceremony in the gym. Everyone got to wave little flags. I think someone got to carry a big one but the story was hard to follow.
He knew what day they would start and even that he had to wait until 7. All afternoon he kept asking what time it was. He would look at the clock and loudly read the numbers. Even though he knows his numbers, he would still ask if it was time yet. When it finally turned 7pm, he couldn’t wait. I turned the channel and on came snowboarding. He looked over and me and asked what that was. I said it was snowboarding. He looked mad, “I wanted Olympics!” Apparently he didn’t actually know what that meant. We talked it up and showed him the really cool jumps and twists. Then he thought it was sort of okay but wasn’t exactly sold.
Poor kid. Hopefully he’ll appreciate curling as much as his dad.