Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Summer Days II

Welcome to the Wamboldt House.. What animal sound do you want to hear today?  The boys are like sponges right now and are picking up everything!  They love farm animal books and know most sounds.  Nana bought them some little farm animals that can keep their interest while inside.  Here is Ashton telling us that a cow says "Moooo" and Aiden is making the tractor noises... his chin is usually drenched ;)

The animal sounds they know are Cow, Pig, Horse, Duck, Chicken, Sheep, Cat, Dog, Izzie (panting), and tractor.  Ashton can cry like a baby and he attemps to wink with his eyes.  They can also point to their nose, eyes, ears, hair, arm, belly button, toes, and leg.  *Adam is also pretty proud that they can point to their 'Pee Pee" but we don't broadcast that one.  They are learning new words Daily.
The boys have some sunglasses that we call "Cool Dudes" and we fight for them to wear them.  Except for about two days Ashton really wanted to be a Cool Dude.  He sported this cool look on a wagon ride... in his diaper.

Look at Aiden's "Cool Dude" chill leg...
The boys also usually bring a bat or a golf club on the walks to drag and make a soothing annoying noise of something dragging...

Morning snack on the porch... in "Cool Dudes".
 

Reading a book with dad... with "Cool Dudes".
 

Blurry picture, but LOVE the smile!  It is rare for Ashton to show his teeth...

Tuesday nights we head to Lake Superior, I mean the field house pool that is FREEZING.  The boys like the water however they start shivering and lips turn blue at the end of the hour.  They are good sports - I think we complain about the temperature more...  We work on kicking, scooping with our hands, blowing bubbles and floating.
 
 
 

The first weekend of July, we visited Grampa in Oconto Falls to help celebrate his 60th Birthday!  It was a great time and we enjoyed relaxing with some after-dinner Popsicles on the patio. 

Cousins = best friends and worst enemies (when they have to share toys)
 
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We are making the most of every day, every weekend, and the rest of our summer!

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