Tonight, I made a zucchini tortellini soup, which Jonathan and I both enjoyed. Drew’s response to the soup was, “I usually am not up to soup.”
Today as I was reading another version of Goldilocks and The Three Bears, when we got to the part where Papa Bear and Mama Bear complained that someone sat on their chairs and laid in their beds, Will asked, “How did they know she sat on the chairs and laid in the beds?” I responded, “Good thinking, Will! I was thinking the same thing. Maybe, they saw the covers were messed on their beds.” (The picture didn’t show any evidence for her having been in their beds or chairs so his question was understandable.)
We’ve been really emphasizing sharing with the boys. Today as Luke and I were in the waiting room while the older boys were in speech therapy, Luke came to me and said, “She’s not sharing.” (This was referring to another little girl in the room.) He is definitely expanding his vocabulary!
Jonathan and I measured the boys last night so we could see how tall they were. Here are their current heights:
Will is 47 inches tall.
Drew is 40 1/2 inches tall — taller than Daddy was at age 4.
Luke is either 35 3/8 inches tall or 36 3/8 inches tall. The nurse said the higher measurement, but I think she forgot to subtract an inch (She started from the 1 inch mark.).
Either way, the boys are all really growing — taller than their daddy was at their respective ages and definitely taller than mommy was.