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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Playing outside

Here is one video of Ethan playing with Jager and another of Ethan and his dad.

Sunday, May 20, 2007

A day in the country

One good thing about Ohio is the beautiful scenery. We may have had to go through a tough winter but the trade off is really something. We started off our Saturday morning with a country breakfast at Clifton Mill which is one of the largest water powered grain mill still in existence. Ethan seemed to enjoy seeing it turn, but once he started to climb over the deck we moved onto the safety of the old covered bridge.


Sunday, May 13, 2007

Trip to the Zoo

Future Croc Hunters

Makes you wonder who is watching who

Monday, May 07, 2007

Choo Choo

To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, Eric and I threw a party at our house this Saturday with some friends and classmates. We had so much fun and the kids just played all afternoon on the swing set. Ethan loves when other kids come to our house and just follows them around. Also, he was being so hospitable because he went and offered everyone else a cookie before he got his. I tried doing it myself to get things going faster and he got so offended he started to cry and went and sat by himself without his cookie. Therefore, I gave the box back to him and he was happy to being the host again.

"I only want to help, Mom."

On Sunday we went to a Carnival that was being sponsored by WPAFB. We had fun and were surprised by Ethan’s willingness to actually get on a pony. Two pictures are from him riding a pony and the other two are when he and Eric went on a train ride.

Friday, May 04, 2007

Look who's talking

Ethan is doing so well with his vocabulary and even though he sounds really cute, it really helps in figuring out what he wants.

Here a is a list of things he already says:
yss -yes
sit --and even points is finger to the floor when he says it to Yager
shoes--he uses this when he wants to go outside and play but needs to put on his shoes
bebe --that is his version of baby
piaper --his version of diaper, it just sounds like he puts a p in front instead of a d
dog -- this is his favorite.
and finally every time we are getting him dressed or playing with his toys, I will always count. I will count 1 and 2 and Ethan will yell out "Tree!" It is quite funny! The h gets dropped every time.

I am so glad that he has not figured out the word no and mine. We can live without those two.