We got a late start on our garden this year and our plants are just now beginning to bare fruit...or, I guess I should say plant, not plants. Our squash plants are the only ones looking promising. It's a miracle that they are even producing with all the odds stacked up against them--extreme heat+no rain...but we are happy to have them!
Not only do we water the garden, we also water Josiah:
|why yes, these are mommy's clean towels on the floor!|
|did I mention they were neatly folded on the table before I pulled them off?|
|I needed some new reading material so I decided to raid mommy's books...of course, I had to throw them all on the floor before I made my selection!|
|I got tired of destroying everything and decided to rest in bubby's exersaucer!|
|...then I decided to pester bubby...|
|bubby doesn't like to be pestered...no, not so much! So then I decided to go back to destroying things and getting in trouble...|
|I tried to get as close to Bob and Larry as possible but mommy didn't like that too much...|
|or diving off of it...|
I'm realizing now that this should have been two blogs instead of one...I should have titled the second blog "A Day in the Life of Josiah"...oh well, too late now! But seriously, this child gives me a run for my money. He has also taught me a thing or two about patience. I am currently re-reading Bringing Up Boys by Dr. James Dobson. (a big thank you to LouAnn) I'm reading it again as a reminder to myself that boys will be boys and I better get used to it now. Josiah is probably only going to become, well, more like a boy, and I'm sure E will follow in his footsteps. All I have to say is: oh boy!