"Mommy, when I grow up, I'm going to be an artist."
- Charley tells Mommy as he's painting a picture at the easel - his new favorite pastime.
- Mommy asks in surprise because in preschool two short months ago, the teachers and he agreed that he never liked doing art projects.
"Yup. I'm going to work at the art museum, and hang my paintings on the walls, and the people are not going to believe their eyes. They're not going to believe their eyes because my paintings will be so beautiful. They're not going to believe their eyes."
- Charley said (not so) humbly.
After the second game, we each got a medal for playing and learning the whole season.
Perhaps they should have brought in more than just one. That pile is HUGE.
The high dive is REALLY high. Charley gave it try, Jackson did not. "I'll try it again when I'm six-and-a-half," Charley said. "I'll try it when I'm seven-and-a-half, maybe when I'm six, but probably when I'm seven-and-a-half," Jackson said.