Emory is 28.5 months old
Playing again with number puzzles from the New Year's Number Sensory Tub one last time.
He then asked if he could work a shape puzzle.
He also worked on an easy dinosaur puzzle one day. His new dinosaur toys came out several times this week too.
Colors and Fine Motor Skills
He really enjoyed his snowflake color matching activity, though colors are easy for him. I might try this with colored clothespins next time.
He spent some time drawing me some pictures!
With this week's crazy weather, we spent a lot of extra time outdoors! We had a good time playing outside in our First Snow. This was Monday afternoon. Tuesday looked the same, with temps in the low 20s. By Friday, the snow was gone, the sun was out, and we were barely wearing our fall jackets with the temps in the mid-60s! I didn't take the camera since hubby was back at work (2 kids and a dog keeps your hands busy!) but we had a great time jumping in mud puddles, climbing hills and walking Bailey!
Winter Sensory Tub
Since our New Year's Tub theme was quickly outdated, I made up a Winter Sensory Tub with that snow in mind, but by the time I gave it to the boys on Friday, it didn't feel like winter! That didn't matter, though, because he really enjoyed it.
Lounging with dad!
Fighting in his sleep?
Even in his sleep, he's attacking his big brother! I can't blame him, though, when his brother sneaks in and takes over his bed!
Chicks Run Wild by Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen is a great bedtime story, and certainly reminds me of some little boys I know that run wild when they should be tucked in bed!
Cock-A-Doodle-Hooooooo! by Mick Manning