Saturday, December 3, 2011

Moments to Remember

This week, we focused on Tweety-talk as our second language.
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And then we practiced NOT talking as part of our Zechariah day for Truth in the Tinsel.
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Bubble-mouthed Zechariah disappeared from the table.  Esmé hung him up in her own private corner to remind her “to believe God,” she tells us.
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For handwriting, we worked on 40 Christmas cards for kids.  Way too many!  So we reverted to stickers and stamps and created our own tattoos when Mom wasn’t watching.
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Mom discovered Bountiful Baskets
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…and fruits and veggies all over the house as Esmé practiced hospitality with her animals.

Esmé discovered pomegranates…
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…not bad in small quantities.

And subsequently decided to take over the cooking chores…
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…much to Mom’s relief.  Though she still refuses to eat most of what she cooks.  And doesn’t wash any dishes.

With her new-found expertise, Esmé has declared chocolate to be a vegetable.  So we all rejoice and are exceeding glad.
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Amy said...

If chocolate is a vegetable then I'll have a double serving please! lol

Jenny said...

These pictures are so adorable! I love the one of her cooking.

Heather@Cultivated Lives said...

I just love when they start 'helping' out in the kitchen!!! My kids had their first encounter with a pomegranate last week too and I believe it is the first fruit that they refused to eat. :(

Jennifer said...

So much about this post made me smile. You captured so many great pictures of your little helper.

kailani said...

I agree . . . chocolate is a vegetable . . . and I'm sticking to it! :-)