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Feb

My 2012 in pictures- Day 39 & 40

Have you ever seen a four-year-old boy who sits like this? I kid you not this is how he rides in the car.  This is even how he sleeps in the car, lol.  He is my little gentleman when riding in the van. In the house it is an entirely different story which involves a lot of me yelling quit running, get down from there, sit down and so on. 🙂This is my Savannah practicing the trumpet. She has gotten so good at it and I am so proud of her self-motivated practicing she does as well. In addition to homeschool band she is also part of the junior high honors band!! Go Savannah!!

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  1. Beth says:

    Your son and mine must have been switched at birth…Riley is 2 and crosses his feet everwhere he sits. He also stands with his hands clasped behind his back! What wonderful little men we have!
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    • Valerie says:

      lol, I just love it too. He has been known to open door and pull out chairs already too. He is the sweetest. He will open the door then bow his head and motion with his arm…after you, lol. It’s the cutest coming from a four year old. 🙂

  2. Becky says:

    This is awesome! Very polite in his seating. 🙂 I love that your daughter plays the trumpet!!! We always pretend to play it in our car when listening to music. Maybe it’s a sign!! New linky follower! i7T9ANNDuhpJ

    • Valerie says:

      Thank you. We just have the most amazing homeschool band here in Oklahoma and we only pay $35 a month for one student or $50 for the entire family! She learned so much in the first year aug. -May I almost fell over when they held their first concert. It was amazing so we definitely decided to stick with it. I think music is so important for kids and it’s always something they can use and enjoy the entire lives.

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