And the two Bat Boys are over here!
Cute! And no, we hadn't coordinated ahead of time.
And loves that Grandma S is always thinking of things to do with her!
(Especially taking her to the pool, hint, hint.) :-)
I think that Grandma & Rosie are at the pool, swimming, in the thought-bubble. Don't you love your sparkly silver hair, Mom?
We sat down to watch Raiders of the Lost Ark because Dash wanted to see Indy shoot some Nazis. In the first few scenes, I hear:
"That's Indiana Jones! He also played Han Solo in Star Wars and Mr. Deckert in Blade Runner."
And, "that guy is going to double-cross Indy! He also played Doctor Octopus in Spiderman II."
"Hey, there's Indy's friend Sala! He also played Gimli in Lord of the Rings and did Treebeard's voice."
It's like this ALL THE TIME, for every movie with big actors. Why not? It gives the kids a better idea that acting's a job and this is all pretend. It takes the edge off the fantasy a bit, but not a big deal. Like Harrison Ford likes to quote, he's just an "assistant storyteller." And a good one he is.
On Thursday at dinner, Rosie was barely eating—her front tooth was wiggling. She couldn't stop moving it around, utterly distracted. Friday morning, she found me in the shower, tooth in hand. It fell out!
This morning, around 6:30 am, she came into our our bedroom, disappointed that the tooth fairy didn't leave money. I got up and ran an errand. Rosie had been sleeping in Dash's room, so thinking quickly, I suggested to her that the tooth fairy might have been confused and left the tooth money in her bedroom.
Her eyes lit up. "Oh, I hadn't thought of that!" and, "Hey! There's money on my bed!" She's been considering all morning how she'll spend it.
UPDATE: She spent her $5 on her brother! What a sweetheart.
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