Bass has mastered a new skill, a rather scary skill. He continually climbs onto the table despite the fact that he can not even walk! He pulls the chair out, clambers up and onto the table. In an effort to dissuade this behaviour we tried removing the chairs from under the table and lining them along the wall. This was of little use however as he just pushes the chair across the room to the table and climbs up still. It is all rather exhausting trying to stop him.
A friend was bold enough to share that she dislikes comment verification, I’m going to join her in saying, “me too!” It takes up time to fill in those irritating words that I have to tilt and peer at. If you have comment verification and I leave a comment consider it a high honour indeed! Whilst talking blogging irritations, I also dislike not being able to read blogs in full in my google reader. In fact I only have one blog in my reader that I can’t read in full in feedly, I’ve unsubscribed from all others for this reason. Please take pity on me and consider changing your settings, pretty please:)
We were uncertain about changing clarinet teachers for Carpenter but we took a leap, changed and are very happy. Sometimes though excellence comes with a higher price tag, but hopefully this translates to faster progress as well as the correct tutelage.
Despite the lack of enthusiasm for our spelling time, one son does admit that he can see it making a difference in his spelling ability, I agree, it certainly is!
Our younger two soccer players competed in a Carnival last weekend and it was most positive for our reluctant player:) He grew in confidence with the game, got to know his fellow team mates and is declaring soccer to be fun!!! Believe me this is massive:):)
During dinner I was discoursing with my family about worms, specifically worms in tequila, for some reason this was not something they were aware of! However they disputed my morsel of knowledge so I researched and discovered that worms in tequila is a myth.
I was discussing with a friend an interesting post on hanging washing. Our talk morphed into just what our own foibles are, ’cause this is rather a passionate topic you know, in fact the first fight PC & I had when newly married was about this very topic. My pattern is to hang the big items on the outside line, the smaller items on the inside lines and the underwear on the inmost lines. However I don’t work from the outside in or the inside out, I move about dependent as to what item I pluck from the basket. My friend however has a most impressive system, as her clothes emerge from the washing machine they are shaken and sorted into piles; pants, shirts, socks and so forth, much easier for to hang, inside of the line to the out is her system. So what is your system?