|Bear throwing onions out of the drawer, potatoes next.|
|Bear helped to load the dishwasher.|
|Me? Naughty? Not me!|
The weather has been glorious. Very cold and sunny and it only rained on Wednesday.
Bear just loves being outside and is just getting over his sore throat and ear infection so we wrapped him up all warm and went in search of swings. Our local playground had removed the swings for upgrading so we ventured a little further (in the car not walking unfortunately) and found our other favourite playground chained up!
|Chained up gate to our playground|
|No children playing on a sunny day at half term. They are outside looking in.|
Bear didn't mind he's too young to realise he couldn't go on the swings so we made the best of it.
|Bear enjoying the climbing frame|
|Bear legging it with his golden treasure- a daffodil|
We spent lots of time in the garden just pottering, splashing in puddles and moving stones. Bear likes to move the gravel from the greenhouse floor to anywhere else at all. I have no idea how we will mow the lawn in the spring!
|Ooh! Stones make a splash when dropped into water|
|What have they found?|
What's new this week?
He points to the dentinox and puts his finger into his mouth and rubs his teeth
His favourite new word this week is dark. He also grunts and points when he wants something. I think we may need to work on that a little.
If we read together he is more involved, he knows what comes next.
When we read his first books for babies if I ask "where's the ......" he points to the picture. It used to be just simple things like balloons, cats, dogs, ducks. Now he knows so many more. Clever Bear.
Did you hibernate for half term or face the crowds?