Tuesday, September 08, 2009

What Tess does when we are doing school....

Today she has----

---gotten the dregs out of an empty peanut butter jar she found in the trash and schmeared it all over her legs and head.

---emptied a new container of baby wipes.

---emptied an almost new case of diet pepsi, carrying each can carefully from the kitchen to the living room couch.

---stashed all of her playdishes in the giant stock pot that lives under the kitchen sink.

---emptied the recycling can so many times that I finally moved it behind a baby gate.

---tossed a hamper of clean laundry all over the dining room.

She's a busy girl!

8 comments:

Charlotte said...

Post more pictures of Tess. Johnny is in love. He's only a few weeks older than she is!!!
John messes with the computer and I still haven't been able to get it to look like it's supposed to.

abroadermark said...

Just ran across your blog and wanted to say your little Tess is a real cutie. I've got a Tess too. She's 10 years old and also a cutie (in my opinion, at least). I enjoyed what I was able to see of your blog before my computer time was up. Your family is beautiful!

Aimee said...

Well, she is one busy girl!

Erin said...

At least she's not whining and climbing onto your lap and trying to get all the schoolwork of the older kids - at least not today, right? ;)

Cecilia got a peanut butter lid yesterday and was licking it clean... good thing I'd gone ahead and introduced peanut butter to her about a month ago, because I would have freaked otherwise - not logical, I know...

I love to watch them when they are so busy, though!

Kelly said...

Oh, she's adorable!!!! Sounds like she's fitting right in - and she's a little scientist for sure!

Lisa said...

Great photos! She seems like quite a character! And precious, too! :-)))

LLMom said...

Little ones can trash a place so fast. But they grow up so fast too. Enjoy it.

The Krazy Girl said...

This is the reason God made kids so cute!

Congrats on your pregnancy:) It looks like you have a really nice family.