Tuesday, February 18, 2014

A few photos off my iPod of EJ & JO

 enjoying playing with chalk outside

 above, eating at our chalk house, ha
below, helping Mommy shop

Josiah so proud he can do the Monkey Bars! Woo Hoo!

Saturday, February 15, 2014

I love to play with my Big Bro and Big Sis!

 Judah was just learning to sit up here, EJ and Jo are so good to sit and play with him, read to him, lots of entertainment!

 Sometimes we roll like this, ha! 
 Brother and Sister played dress up with me!  

love how sweet they normally are to him! 
 love this one of EJ and Judah in their Raven's outfits, Judah is wearing EJ's when she was 1 1/2 and EJ is wearing Jo's old one when he was 3/4

 Judah thinks he is so big playing blocks with Brother and Sister!

Judah 6-7 Months!

 So I think this kid is so cute!  

 He is so social- much more than the other 2 at his age!  He loved having a little friend around for a few days to play with!  
 Loves his swing!  Loves to smile!
love this kid's personality!
 Enjoying some teething biscuits! 
 Pulling up!  This kid is growing up way too fast!  
This month he is sitting up, crawling and pulling up, he now has 4 teeth!  
 so cute little buggy napper at a wedding! 
below, they even had some steamed pumpkin Judah could eat at a local wedding!
that kid likes to eat! 

Happy 7 months old to my Judah Bug!  

Learning Around Here is F-U-N!

 Evie Joy's First Day of K math!  Rockin in the PJ's!  
 Josiah loving his Legos from Uncle Travis!  
 EJ loves reading!  
And below, she is helping me make Judah some peach babyfood!

 Here, Josiah got really creative building a city with legos!
 Sometimes we love painting!

 Above, Evie Joy's first pictograph, graphing Boys and Girls in our family
Below, Josiah's pictograph, graphing types of vehicles, modes of transportation, was suppose to be cars, trucks, bikes but we worked with what we had- scooter, buggy, bikes

 Josiah styling a turban, We've been learning about different people groups, customs, clothing, religions
One thing I love about our HomeSchool is that my 4 and 6 year old can explain basic facts about the major world religions and compare them to those of Christianity.  I think this is excellent for their age and will help prepare their heart and minds!
 Here, they painted their faces like the Nebu people of Sudan.  Josiah was a bird, EJ a monkey. 
 Josiah enjoying watching a local friend tell a story by folding and cutting paper.  Josiah also loves origami.  He says my Chinese classmates can all do that!  We did do some off the Wiggles!  I suppose we will have to learn some more! 
 Tribal children often make their toys out of veggies, so we did too...introducing our carrot bees! 
And our attempt at Batik on paper
 Friends playing Spot It with us in Chinese!  

 WE made masks!  
 Happy Valentines Day!  We made cookies and cards for our Mommy, Daddy and our friend Xiao Sheng Jie!  

Sophie is All the Rage, Fun times with Ella!