I am already ready for Spring and the weather has not even been bad here. The boys just love being outside and it has not been ideal for them to be out. It would also be nice if we had a fence so we could all relax outside-hint hint, my wonderful husband.
So I have been telling the grandparents that I would post some video and this is the best we have. The boys are on the go all the time now and we were trying to keep it short for the blog and it just was not working. We try to keep it short so we don't loose past posts-if anyone knows how to avoid this please share your knowledge. We did get some cute footage of dancing to some marching band music-Gav has got some moves, but either Harp was barking or Drew was mad or Gavin was pounding on some metal bowls and you could not hear anything. So this is the best we have. They have identified some of their body parts for a while but I have just not tried to get it on video. Drew was not having anything to do with performing on this day he just wanted to sit on my lap but of course he is "talking" through the whole thing. I know I have talked about his obsession with lights and now you can hear just a glimpse of what I am talking about. Gavin would also not do anything without his pacey that day. So here it is.
Speaking of pacey the boys have also been working on following instructions. We are trying to just let Gavin have his pacey in his bed, but it is not going so well. When we leave their room I always have him put his pacey in bed. He usually obliges and we are on our way. The other day he was just not cooperating. He stood there testing me probably wondering what I would do if he did not put his pacey in the bed. I told him twice and was about to take action, but Drew took care of it. He pulled the pacey out of Gav's mouth threw it in his bed (the one Gav was sleeping in that week) and made his way out the door. I did not realize that he was catching on to the directions that I was giving Gavin to do. I had never told him to put anything in bed but he obviously knew the routine and was ready to move on. It amazes me what little sponges they are! I hope we are having them soak up the right things-that is my prayer!