Jack's friend Wyatt taught him this song at school.
Sometimes Jack starts out with 10 Little Snowmen and then as he goes down in numbers (9-8-7-6) He looks at his fingers and says, "how many is this?" Then he keeps singing.
There's another song he learned at school about 5 Little Hotdogs frying in a pan, the pan got hot and one went BAM!
Last night in the car we started singing "Five Little Snowmen frying in a pan...." which of course totally cracked Jack up.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Jack has created a new kind of Star Wars character: "Mountain Troopers also known as Peak Troopers. They live on cliffs, mountains and peaks. They sleep in caves but they don't mind sleeping on beds of rock. They also do not like to be alone. Mountain Troopers also carry handcuffs on their backs to capture bad guys." (as dictated, word for word, swear to god) front and side view
Posted by Nancy at 1:38 PM
Monday, May 21, 2012
Mac has told me that I have to switch my somewhat useless mac online account to iCloud. I've never had much use for any of my mac stuff online except that I used to post Jack's videos there to save space on my computer. A couple months ago I decide to just quit the whole mac online thing. I had visions of using it for my website but always felt the link was kind of clunky and I never once got my mac mail account to work. I decided to pull all Jack's videos out of the virtual ether and save them all to disc. Maybe even share them with the grandmas and whatnot.
So come to find out that after June of this year I WILL NO LONGER BE ABLE TO DOWNLOAD THE VIDEOS OFF OF MY MAC ACCOUNT! That's right! The only way I would be able to watch them is if I continue to pay $100/year to have this somewhat useless mac account. So it's really crazy to be posting this photos tonight of recent events with Jack, because I'm simultaneously working on Sean's computer to download old videos of Jack from when he could only move his eyes and hands! So I switch between Jack and his friend Sophia (above) up at the Russian River and pictures of him crawling around in the leaves at Frog Valley, from his Dinosaur cage that he built tonight with Sean to him eating pureed sweet potatoes for the first time and from his FLASH superhero costume to his first Christmas, and I'm reminded of what my friend Molly calls "The longest short time". Jack is such a little boy now, it's amazing.
Posted by JFS at 11:39 PM
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Shoes are not allowed in Jack's room, but Jack informed me that slippers are okay. According to Jack, shoes are dirty but "slippers are not dirty because if they get dirty, the dirt just goes down down into a place called (whispering) The Tummy of the Slipper"
Posted by JFS at 9:38 PM