Sharing a field trip experience with my twins... they are nearly 6 & it is only maybe my 3rd or 4th field trip I've been able to do with any of our 4. So amazing to see them outside their normal environment. My little girl had some difficulty, yet I'm so amazed by how incredible she is & how far she has come. My little guy, was *at one* with nature. The frog riding on his head was the animal we were exploring *how it would live in the habitat*. At one point he contributed to the discussion that "penguins would not live here"- lol. The wheels are always turning.
Our beauty Roo. Her intensely taking in our nature leader speaking. Innocent, brilliant, & such a dynamic heart. So proud of her.
Bella stopped me after our bedtime routine by calling out "Mommy, Mommy." When I went back into her room & said, "yes"-- she replied, "Night night Mommy. See you in morning." Her speech has picked up greatly in last week again, following a couple months of a regression. PTL! Even so, that wonderfully amazing loooonng sentence is such an accomplishment for her to coordinate. I love love love seeing her sunshine burst through the exterior challenges.
SJ has become incredibly finicky with food (extremely sensory defensive to textures) & does not like but 3 kinds of fruit & usually no vegetables. She sat with me while I ate dinner & decided to put a piece of cooked broccoli in her mouth. She LIKES it! I swear I heard angels singing- ha ha. She doesn't looked enthusiastic here (tired), but she's eaten another 3 times since & still likes it. Yeah!