One day the younger boys made a big poster to hang up in their room.
They got lots of help.
They worked on it for hours.
They were excited to hang it up in their room.
Rachel helped add the finishing touches. The poster is now hung up in their room. Nolan likes to tape new drawings to it every chance he gets. The poster is going to fall down any day now because it has too many things taped to it. When that happens, I will just pull out the butcher paper and have them draw a new poster!
Natalie will put cheerios in her mouth and pockets them in the roof of her mouth until they are soggy. Since this takes such a long time, her brothers usually come and eat all of them off her tray. Thankfully, Miss Nattles doesn't seem to mind.
Mr. Oliver is having surgery this week. He is having his tonsils and adenoids out. He is supposed to have a sedated hearing test as well. Earlier in the week he had blood work done to make sure he was good to go. Oliver started crying and moving around as soon as he realized we were holding his arm to keep it from moving-- which made the whole process longer than it needed to be. When did my little boy get so strong?
On a side note, Oliver is going to begin attending pre-school five days a week. I think he will enjoy it so much!