Kieran enjoying a stack of his Grampy's delicious pancakes.
This weekend we took Kieran to the museum. At first he was scared and just wanted up, as he pointed at what he wanted us to walk him to. Once we got to the second floor he was ready to explore. In fact to quote Kieran, I believe he was shouting, "Kieran run".
Some other smile stories from the past couple weeks are: Kieran discovering hiw goos clothes out of the drier feel, and rubbing his clean undwrwear on his face saying "ooo hot undies" and the other smile being when Kieran hinks Elmo's nose and says "Elmo fawted" and then proceeds to take Elmo to the potty....he also insists Elmo wear a diaper.
Took Kieran to the Children's Forest this weekend-which we stumbled upon accidentally. But it is a really nice spot with a playground and cedar mazes (which are closed for the season, but will be fun next year). Peter and Kieran had to put up with me playing with a new lens fun lens that makes things blurry. It was a lot of fun...except for the thistles...
Sunday night's highlight was an indoor hockey game of keep the ball away from Rocky...which Rocky won.
This weekend was over all a quiet which is rare for us, although we did have an extremely busy week.
Well I have to say this has been the best Halloween ever. Kieran wasn't too keen on putting his costume on this year, and especially didn't want to wear the hat...until during dinner there was a knock on the door. As soon as he saw other kids dressed up-dinner was abandoned, the hat went on, and I could barely get his shoes on he was in such a rush to go and see what was going on (hence not too many pictures). We went to 11 houses-Kieran couldn't wait to knock and give his best smile, he was very polite and never asked for more. Once we got home he had a few treats and then we waited for knocks at our door. After a couple of trick or treaters-Kieran took over. He couldn't wait to give candy out, he kept wanting us to open the door to see if there were any "kids" and would occasionally knock back at them if I wasn't fast enough to open the door. I even had to hold back once or twice from chasing the trick or treaters to give them more candy. He has a huge giving heart-and barely tried to take any extra during the process...unless he came across smarties....he loves smarties. :) Below is Kieran waiting for the kids to come.
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Jennifer Russell was born and raised in New Brunswick, Canada.She is an Intentional artist who focuses on creating meaning full connections to her work for herself and others. Nothing is more satisfying to her than hearing that her work has inspired someone in their own life.