I love watching Luke’s imagination grow and I love seeing his play-pretend. I think imagination is a great gift, and so enjoy the glimpses into his little boy head. Here are some recent happenings:
He asked for zebra for breakfast the other day, and informed me that there was one “out dere!” pointing to our yard. Today he told me that a zebra was running and jumping and getting in water, and then there were some penguins, too.
Yesterday, he made something out of his blocks that reminded him of a birthday cupcake, so he sang a version of Happy Birthday to his monkeys, and had them blow out the candle before pretending to eat the “cupcake.”
I didn’t see this, but Bret took pictures. Luke loves to eat teddy grahams with whipped cream, so sometimes he and Bret will have that as a treat. Bret stuck a teddy graham in the whipped cream, like this:
And Luke exclaimed, “Help him! Help him!” And proceeded to rescue the teddy graham… into his mouth. Apparently, this is how all the rest of that evenings treat got eaten, much to Luke’s delight.