The little girls were cold after church one day. Emma was kind enough to make them this cocoon of warmth. (I think Afton's going for a silly face. It's looks really weird though since you can't really see the finger that she's stretching her mouth open with.)
One afternoon Afton thoughtfully pre-pasted all the kids' toothbrushes.
The kids enjoy a giant chutes and ladders game I used for Primary one Sunday, using stuffed animals and toys as game pieces.
Afton had a double ear infection. She napped for three days in a row, which hasn't happened since she was one year old. Each time when she woke up I'd say something about her falling asleep and she would confusedly reply, "I didn't sleep. I didn't close my eyes at all."
Once recovered, she was back to her new favorite pastime.
Josh's paper about his grandparents: "Grandparents are your mom's and dad's moms and dads. Grandparents are usually really nice. My grandpa is really old. He's about 76 years old. My other grandpa has a little trouble hearing people. If I stay at my grammmie's house she'll always serve waffles for breakfast. My grandma has a little, fun house that's easy to clean up. She owns a lot of land. My grandparents are really nice and don't get angry. I'm glad I have grandparents."
There you have it.
I realize she did not do a very thorough job of washing her hands here, but I just didn't want to interrupt the song. Hygiene lectures will have to wait.