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Sunday, July 15, 2007

Mega Bloks

Josiah didn't have any blocks, and every boy needs some blocks in his toy collection, so these Mega Blocks were his "big brother" gift.
Future architect.


  • At 7/15/2007 10:53 PM, Blogger Aunt Jo said…

    He looks like such a good big brother too!

  • At 7/16/2007 4:48 AM, Blogger John Cowart said…

    He certainly has an intense look on his face as he builds with these. You can see the wheels turning as he decides what to build next.

  • At 7/16/2007 2:12 PM, Blogger Jim said…

    Well well, that Ellanora is getting cuter every day.
    She's pretending to be asleep, you can tell by the way she pulls her eyelids closed so tight.

    I am relating pretty well to your blog lately.
    My Grandpa and I went out 'riding' in his pickup with his stud horse in the back while my sister was being born. Grandparents come in handy at times like these.
    I think I will soon be ready for the big blocks. Right now I do beans, round wooden pegs for round holes, flattened--by me--yellow clay with a nut driver to make little holes in it, twisting a towel on a stick, a four finger depresser machine, a finger stretching splint, and hot wraps for my hand and finger therapy.
    Oh yes, we play Mancala also.
    I am allowed to play only with my left hand.


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