Showing posts with label video. Show all posts
Showing posts with label video. Show all posts

Friday, December 9, 2011

Fridays are perfect for playing with shadows - video

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

For Aunt Raina

Aunt Raina has been asking for a video post. So this is the best I could do for now...and as you can see I stupidly turned my camera and didn't remember that I can't change the direction of you will have to turn your head.

I am in need of some serious blog time to catch up on getting rid of nukkie, potty updates, our first fall craft, maybe a recipe, and then tomorrow is Charley's first morning at kindergarten. Lots going on. So for is a blip of Henry opening a package of underwear...or as he calls them "ellerwear." I wish I would have been filming from the start because the beginning was way more entertaining. Oh well!

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Reading together - priceless to a mother

This morning the boys jumped up on Henry's rocking chair and Charley began reading.  I had Ed run and get my camera so I could capture it.  I captured three books  that they read through.  I know that it doesn't interest everyone reading this.  But for family and friends who don't get to interact with my boys very often - this gives you a glimpse at how extrordinary their relationship is.  Charley is so incredibly patient and attentive with Henry.  He talks and understands and engages in interaction with his little rugrat of a brother.  Henry is learning and changing and growing up so fast.  Here they are reading Animal Kisses.  I love how Henry thinks it is so funny and Charley is so impressed by Henry's reaction.  This is just one of the books. 
*** If you want to see the others email me and I can make that happen.  But I don't want to overdue it because I have more fun video coming this week!

Okay, I am posting the other one too.

Reading together - priceless to a mother from Sarah on Vimeo.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

What a difference a year makes...

We began 2009 with this...Henry turned one and he learned to walk that week. 

Now ...a year later....this is our boy.  If I was a first time parent I might be in a panic.  Charley wasn't aware of Star Wars until his 4th birthday.  He didn't know what a gun was until his fourth birthday (at least he didn't play pretend with them or 'pew' much).  Henry is turning two - and this is our boy.  Because he is our second child I am not freaking out that the boy is a BOY and he is loving and cuddly and loves to 'pew' his gun. 

Sunday, December 6, 2009

WOW! That is about all I can say.

St. Nick visited last night and this morning the boys awoke to a couple treats...low key. I am guessing that St. Nick thought the snowman on a stick was chocolate...since it came from the local chocolate factory...however, it wasn't. It was a sucker. Here is Henry enjoying his FAR TOO MUCH! Following is a second video of the impact of the lollipop! Hilarious!

Okay, for some reason it won't let me unmeld the two for those that LOVE our boys you can just watch the first video because it contains both...but for others...if you get the idea with the first for a bit and then click on the second video to see the result. I love that he figures out that the marshmallow flavored sucker tastes like Charms! Enjoy!

And here is the result. Thank you St. Nick! Note: He is not wearing his pj top because it was trashed from the sucker. Lovely!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

An Interview with Hank

Henry's talking is non-stop these days. Last night at dinner we asked Charley how school was today and Henry babbled on for a minute and then we all said, "Henry, you didn't go to school today." And he chuckled. Most things he says are one word and then he repeats it several times for emphasis. I am loving it. We were reading a Christmas book last night and when Santa appeared he said, "HO! HO!" It amazes me ...I feel like we sat and tried to get Charley to say that stuff and with Henry it just explodes out without us realizing he knows it. Must be a second child thing. Charley didn't talk much before he turned 2 but when he did start talking he was very verbal - clear sentences it seemed right away. Henry is definitely starting earlier...So this morning we interviewed him while he ate breakfast...we also discovered he likes dipping his toast and jam in his milk.


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