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Getting pictures of the things that we do during Tot School, can sometimes be a wee bit challenging. Four kids, all vying for their own piece of the action. And everyone wants to help the baby. Sigh.

But I have pulled my act together, and even if the pictures are blurry, skewed or whatever, here they are!
Kaleb is well aware now that all the “good stuff” is hiding out on the shelves in Mommy’s room. It’s almost enough to distract him from the toilet.

The toys may be exciting for a little bit, but then being able to reach door knobs and open and close doors is so much fun too, so forgetting the toys can be rather easy.

This week Kaleb colored a lot more with the crayons as opposed to trying to eat the entire box, which was a welcome surprise. I kept naming the colors he used as he was coloring and every time he used the purple, he would color a bit and then raise his hands and say “Purple!” He repeated it over and over – so sweet!



We also spent some time playing with our Fisher Price farm – he loved zooming the tractor around, making fun noises and putting the animals in their pens. He is consistent with a few of the animal sounds (pig, cow, and rooster) at this point.


The new found “freedom” of his booster seat has been great, but he has more fun buckling his seat when he isn’t sitting in it – and Mommy has fun unbuckling it over and over again!!

Next week I’ll have some more pictures to show what else Kaleb is up to!

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