Dec. 30th, 2010

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My family is very bad about accounting for the ages of our kids when we decide what to teach them.

For example:

My father bought Wes a bridge-building kit for Xmas. He has been talking with Wes about the structural integrity of various forms. Squares vs. triangles. Different kinds of triangles. They do experiments!

It is a bit nuts.

But really cool, as well.

Lorraine is loving her baby doll to bits. My favorite new thing she does with Baby is that she changes her at the right time of day. In the morning, she gets dressed. At night, she puts on her nightgown. Lorrie also likes taking Baby to eat with us at the table, though we usually insist she put Baby down for a nap on the floor nearby.

She's a very good doll-mommy.

Sebastian is growing like crazy, and falling constantly. He tends to hit his head, which means he has a constant interesting assortment of bumps and red lines and other disfiguring injuries which always mar his cuteness as the most convenient times.

I feel like I should say more, but I don't know how to articulate it all. Work has been crazy-busy, but my contract is getting renewed, so that's good. I am knitting my first pair of socks, using the AWESOME tutorials at Family continues good.

Go Pats.

The end.


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