I had some photos of Levi hanging out on my phone and thought I would share.
Levi has started “dancing”. He was out of school on President’s Day so I took him to a local music class. It took his a while to warm up to it but once he did he showed everyone one his booty poppin’ skills.
Levi loves to be in the kitchen. He tries to lift pots onto the stove and carries them around the house. I know a kitchen helper tower is in our [near] future but decided to buy him a kitchen of his own. I bought the cheapest possible kitchen I could find ($20) and it was a pain to assemble, but it has already paid for itself in entertainment. Levi has even started trying to feed me his imaginary creations.
We recently went to North Myrtle Beach and Levi was most definitely a fan. He loved running on the beach in bare feet. He may have taken a quick swim and had to be carried home wrapped up in a jacket….
Flea markets are one of my Dad’s favorite ways to spend a weekend morning so we decided to hit of the market by our house. We have a vendor we hit up almost immediately so we can get a bag of roasted peanuts to snack on while we browse. This trip was particularly productive because my parents came away with an antique dresser and I got Levi a tricycle that we can push until he can peddle and a travel high chair/booster seat.
I had to pry Levi from this cozy coupe. Fortunately I have a cousin looking to get one out of her garage and I am going to get it this week!
Sorry for the blur but I had to share! Levi found the cedar playhouse at Costco. He was in awe. I guess a playhouse will be on our wish list for the yard. He really loves to be outside and I think he would be excited to have something like this at home.
Who needs toys when you can hide under end tables?
Who know climbing in a basket (half full of toys) would be so much fun?
Just like my pots, my brooms are never left alone. My lamps should be very, very afraid….and I should probably get some doors on our laundry closet ASAP.