21. December 2012 20:34
Enzo . playdate
Today my friends Mila and Zak came over to bake Christmas Cookies. We were a little crazy and into everything, including our new double stroller. I asked Mila to stand in as my baby sister for a test drive of my future ride.
How did the cookies come out? No photos you ask? Our cookie making this time was also a little crazy, extra messy and the results reflected our mood. Let's just say Mommy advised Daddy NOT to eat them. ;)
Today I went to a craft store will Mommy and picked out some beads to make necklaces for Christmas gifts. Here I am making my first necklace...
I took a few breaks to play with (and feed beads to) my dinosaurs and other creatures, but I eventually made four necklaces.
Mommy was impressed with my knowledge of current trends (asymmetry is popular now) and YaYa, Nonna, Auntie Becca and Auntie Julie will be looking extra beautiful after this Christmas. ;)
If you know Enzo, you know he doesn't eat just anything and if he does, it's not much. Today, he ate an entire bento box of sushi rice using chopsticks by himself!
Yes, he ate ALL of that rice! (He started off a little slow as seen in this video, but was a pro by the end)
Needless to say, mommy will be offering chopsticks at mealtimes at home.
Today Enzo asked, "Mommy, help me build a house!" so I made a little house out of his new blocks. Enzo added on to it extensively and then said, "Look Mommy! This is David Attenborough's house!"
Nice work Enzo! Mommy likes your addition way better than her original design. ;)
Gold Rush Alaska's smallest and cutest fan ever has been asking to make his very own wash plant and after saving some recycles up for parts we finally got the job done. We used a toilet paper tube with some of Mommy's architectural model scraps to make the trommel screen. Nespresso pod boxes served as some of the structure as well as the sluice boxes. Mommy had to make it strong enough to run a dozen cheerios per minute. Check out all that gold (aka glitter glue) our awesome plant caught!
Though Mommy did most of the heavy lifting, Enzo definitely was calling the shots. As soon as Mommy finished the trommel Enzo held up two halves of a Nespresso box and said, "these are the sluice boxes Momma" (which I promptly googled and then agreed with him on). ;)
Enzo put his sippy cup of juice to my mouth and said "please feed this to my baby brother or sister." It took me a second to fully realize what he said and I said, "What honey?" and he replied, "you put it in your mouth and down in your belly and feed the baby."
Cutest. Thing. EVER.
Mommy finally caught on that I am usually the mess maker but never the mess cleaner. In fact, I usually say, "how 'bout mamma do it?" when she asked me to pick up. Today, I felt bad and decided to give her a hand with the dusting.
Don't tell her, but I had fun!!
For a great fall activity, Mommy got a membership for Mass Audubon, and has been taking me to Drumlin Farm.
Today we learned all about turtles. I was the most talkative child there, and was asking all about the turtles and what they were doing. I learned so much, and I can't wait till next week.
30. September 2012 15:36
Enzo . enzo crafts
I helped mommy and daddy make some great decorations.
You'll have to visit if you want to see the amazing result of my fingerprint foliage!