Saturday, June 23, 2007

We call him Captain Compassion!

"Now they have to clean the Par-Tee Zone. I'm really sorry." This is what Aizay said after he piddled on the playmat at the Par-Tee Zone at the mall. There was only about 3 drips of urine on the mat. But Aizay felt very bad that an employee had to clean up after him.

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Aizay's Restaurant


Aizay and I had a picnic inside his playhouse. He told me it was his restaurant. This picture was taken shortly after his grandmother let him risk his life repeatedly by making a water slide out of the playset slide. She held the hose on the slide while he went down it. That had the affect of flinging him down the slide at 10 mph, launching him off the end, and bouncing him a couple of times off the grass before his body landed in a crumpled, delighted, laughing mess. I hope no one thinks I am rebuking my mother-in-law because I did sanction the whole thing.

Christine

Monday, June 11, 2007

Playset

 


This past weekend, I started putting together the playset that a group of friends helped us bring to the house (we bought it used, so it had to be disassembled, moved out of a yard enclosed by a six-foot fence with narrow gates, in the pouring rain). I've gone as far as I can go without assembling another group of helpers (to those who helped us last time, you are definitely off the hook. For you others, please sit by the phone and wait for our call).
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Sunday, June 10, 2007

Time for a bath...

...and Aizay didn't want to take his clothes off. So, naturally, Dave respected that choice and proceeded with the bath.

-Christine

Saturday, June 09, 2007