Seventy-one month old Ted likes playdough. Which is good, because with all the snow days in February, playdough was what was happening.
Ted sweats the details. Like the details of his website: GameFlix. He’s been working on this off and on over the last month, while his dad secretly teaches the new family trade to him.
And he runs! His first real big school fundraiser happened last month and Ted raised $300 to help build a school courtyard. He ran a 35 laps around the gym, and they magic-markered his shirt on every lap. He was very excited about this, and hustled the whole way.
And he wore his Batman hoodie a lot, too. I am still very jealous that he has this. One second he’s got a hooded sweatshirt on, the next he’s got a Batman mask on! He lives in a miraculous time.
Sarah’s been twenty-seven months old for over a week now! Apparently we were late posting Ted’s twenty-seventh month post, too.
Here’s twenty-seven month old Sarah behind the wheel at a playground near Myrtle Beach. She’s sporting some long-for-Sarah hair now, mostly straight, but with some curliness in the back.
Sarah loves playgrounds, and was very ready to play at them after all the snow/ice we had in February. She’s wearing her Minnie Mouse hoodie here, and is still very much into Minnie. She also likes Dinosaur Train, Barney the Dinosaur, and Jake and the Neverland Pirates (one of Ted’s favorites, too).
Sarah in disguise.
One of Sarah’s favorite shows is Dinosaur Train on PBS. Lots of CGI cartoon dinosaurs who have access to a time-travel-capable train. It’s good watching, and was a Ted-favorite for a long time, too.
Kate found tickets for Sarah and I to see the D-Train live puppet show last weekend. Sarah did great, loved the whole thing.
She was very excited, even before the show started.
We were up a bit from the stage, which Sarah referred to as the “upstairs” seats.
Life size dinosaur puppets in action.
Sarah processing it all post-show at McDonalds.
This picture makes me happy.
And a couple other good ones.
This was a good trip to the beach.
From our family’s first minigolf game together. Near Myrtle Beach at a Peter Pan themed course called “Captain Hook’s Adventure Golf.” We had lots of fun.