We were playing a board game while Oliver was supposedly going to sleep, when all of a sudden, he came walking into the kitchen giggling! I was so confused - I thought that Ivy must have carried him out of his crib, until we went back to inspect. Here's what we found. YIKES!!Some of the slats had come loose recently, and he must have figured out how the rest. The best part was how proud he was of himself - hilarious! Now, where's the wood glue...
The recipe for a perfect day: First, have someone cook you an amazing breakfast.Now, eat it with all your friends.Hop on a chairlift at Sunrise Ski Resort And don't miss the blue skies and stunning vistas on your ride to the top!As you're swishing down the hill, get passed by your speeding bullet of a son with ski poles in racer position.
Come home to a firey sunset.
Walk out on the dock so you can take it in.
Feel as blessed as can be to be surrounded by good friends in a beautiful place.
Yesterday, the Kindergartners learned about MLK. Ivy told me all about him on the way home from school.
"Martin Luther King was a very special man - he was the President, just like his dad, who was also the President. He said that you should stop fighting. And he said that white people should sit in the front of the bus and dark people should sit in the back. He was a very special man."
So, yes, in concept, she has mostly missed the point here, but in practice, she is embracing the best of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his Dream.