I like when his lips tie up like a bow. You know, like in the "Night Before Christmas" poem:
"His eyes-how they twinkled! his dimples how merry!
His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry!
His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
And the beard of his chin was as white as the snow."
Phil packed a lunch for Luke. We thought he would fall asleep in the car on the way home...that did not happen. Too exciting!
Our sidewalk is quite colorful lately! Luke prefers the blue chalk and, like his crayons, he is very heavy handed.
Luke likes to make heavy marks and circles. He is especially fond of drawing a circle around a piece of ancient gum that is on the sidewalk right outside our front door. I am sure that is was there when we moved in but if you ask him where it came from he says "ME!" He has never even had chewing gum before. He is concerned about it though.
The snowman that Luke made with my dad keeps making a comeback. Luke gets worried when the carrot nose falls off and lays on the ground. The funniest part is that we have a bunny that likes to come and nibble on it! He loves that a "bunny rabbit" is snacking on his carrot nose.
Hopefully this was our last snow of the season. The only snowmen that we will be making are the ones made of sidewalk chalk! He always requests for a snowman. Luckily they are easy to draw.
This is baby Micah at 6 weeks old. He is losing his hair and it might be coming in blond? We will see!
This is the castle that Phil drew. It has Grandma and Grandpa Fishbaugh on the roof because Grandpa Fishabugh always says "Have fun storming the castle" from "The Princess Bride"