Brody had his meeting with the TN Early Intervention Center. He was a smart boy and able to do exactly what she wanted (hand her ball, dog, car, etc.). He just didn't really say anything she could understand. So we qualified for speech therapy until three. I'm super excited. He just has a little speech delay and I'm sure over time, it will fix itself; but I love that we can jump on it now.
I got off early one afternoon and treated the boys to yogurt. Summer has finally caught up with us and it is HOT.
Droopy eye when he is tired.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has gone viral and it finally got to us last week. Mason was very excited about it.
He got a little concerned when I dumped water on myself...just wasn't as excited any longer. =)
But he was a trooper.
I challenged Mom, so she let me dump water on her. =)
And Brinkley got Brody. Silly thing.
Our kids decided to wake up at six o'clock Saturday morning. Perkins it was.
Another side note: Driving by Perkins, Brody screams and points to stop there. Every time. The kid must love those pancakes.
Speaking of heart attacks, Brody is not scared of the water. He especially likes to jump off the side of the pool when you are NOT looking.
We came home and I assumed would take a nap...but the neighbors were out so that wasn't happening. I still can't believe there are 6 boys the same age on a tiny piece of our street.
We all went swimming that afternoon in Alex's pool. They had to take a break from jumping off the diving board for a snack.
That garden of mine has a mind of its own...maybe my thumb isn't so green after all. Don't put your cucumbers close to peppers or squash...
Sunday afternoon we celebrated Mr. Larry's birthday.
John and Anderson.
Brody trying to figure it all out.
Then we helped Mr. Larry do his ALS challenge. He had a couple extra people dumping water on him.
And just like last week, Mason never woke back up again...slept until 6:00 this morning. That kid needs his sleep!