On a recent trip back to Myrtle Beach, Miles acquired three different puzzles that formerly belonged to my cousin's son. One puzzle depicts a fire truck, another the letters of the alphabet, and the third a variety of animals. Miles absolutely loves these puzzles, can identify many of the pieces, and is even getting pretty … Continue reading Year 2, Day 262
Tonight, Miles retrieved TWO yoga mats from our bedroom, laid them out on the living room floor, and started...well...see for yourself.
Nothing much to say about this one, but if anyone ever wanted to see an up-close view of my heart, here it is.
Miles's idea of "playing with toys" frequently involves lining them up uniformly (a trait he's inherited from me). His idea of "cleaning them up," however, at times ends up being "cram them into whatever space you can find."
Miles has discovered that his play rings can fit around his ears. Whatever, kid...
Forget everything I said about compassion and friendliness yesterday -- MILES HAS DISCOVERED STICKS.
While I get to see Miles interact with other children pretty often, I don't get to see him do this at home very much. Does he get territorial? Does he share things willingly? I assume (based on a lack of complaints) that he's learning to manage this at daycare, but what about his own space … Continue reading Year 2, Day 222