We are having our driveway sealed today so Eli helped me move a big pile of sticks from the driveway under the deck. Isaac kept saying "Frog, frog" (more like fwog, fwog). I wasn't really paying that much attention til I walked back to pick up more sticks and saw a dead, semi-petrified frog on the driveway. I stayed cool, gently picked it up with two sticks and walked it to the trash can - oh my gross!
The boys have really taken to peeing on one of the big trees in the back yard. What was once scary is now hilarious. While Isaac was peeing today I was standing behind him and a piece of poop fell on my shoe. That's right - he was pooping standing up. ON MY SHOE! Not sure the mechanics of standing up and pooping, but he thought he was a being a "big big big boy." Double gross. Eli was running around saying, "Isaac pooped outside like a dog!"
Finally, we went for a walk. Well the boys went for a "pull" in their wagon. While we were walking we say two ladies mowing, Eli was astonished. He said "Mommy, mommies don't mow, Daddies mow. Why are these mommies mowing?" It looks like I am doing a good job developing socially appropriate gender roles for my kids. My liberal family studies professors would be horrified. Although, that was always kind of a personal goal of mine.
Oh yeah - and Eli told Isaac to jump off the wood thing in the pictures and he would catch him.
Thankfully Isaac isn't that dumb, and laughed at him.