Nathan (or Nathy as Drew now refers to him...pretty sure this is because he's heard Auntie Jenn refer to big Nathan as Nathy Poo)
Noah and Drew
Caught! Nathan has dimples, which you can't really see in this picture, but he has the best little mischievous grin!!
"Hey Baby, Wassup?" ...yeah, that was bad. I have no idea what he's doing here though and those were the first words that popped into my head....
We also celebrated Auntie Jenn Jenn's birthday this week. Since Burke had to work on her birthday, the boys and I stopped by bright and early to bring Jenn a birthday balloon (princess, of course) and take her out to breakfast (a family tradition). Burke took Jenn out to dinner that night, so we waited until Thursday night to have her family birthday dinner. Clam chowder of course, aaaaaaand......
These bad boys! Caramel Toffee Cupcakes with heaps of frosting and goodies! Thank you Pinterest for the weight I'm sure I've gained as a loyal member to your site! ;)
Two boxes also arrived at our house this week. Their contents? Fairly mundane, but the boxes? PERFECT for two train cars! We laid down a painter's tape railroad track through the house, let the boys go to town decorating and creating their little box cars and voila! ...we had two very happy and entertained little campers!
We've been doing a lot of letter writing lately. I draw out the letters in dots or dashes, and Drew follows the lines.
Collin was all for drawing on his box, but wasn't really that enthusiastic about riding in his train. Sooo, naturally, Daddy had to show Collin how it all worked (or more like Drew convinced Nathan to be his sidekick)
I love the look of glee on Drew's face in this picture! Thanks Daddy, you're the best!! (even if your arms couldn't go down and the train car had to be worn sideways!)
Since I missed posting this on Thursday, I may as well show you what our weekend has looked like as well. I can even summarize in words if you like. Or rather, in one word: Building. Lots and lots of building! Thank goodness the boys (both big and small) are all about a good building project!!
The littles don't like the sound of the chop saw or the nail gun, so they usually wear a pair of Nathan's ear muffs. Collin had obviously ditched his when I took this picture.
And finally, a glimpse of how blogging happens in our house:
Yep, he's on the table. Laying on the table actually. Super helpful.