Getting ready for the spring consignment sale means weeding through those things my son has outgrown. Some items hold no great memories and then there are these PINK CAT SHOES.
The day is already behind…Monday morning, I should be in my home office by 8am, at the latest. It’s now 9am. Some how the hour lost of work was worth it. I taught my son the relationship of Work-money-toys. Or so I think…. Continue reading Conversations with a Three year old
Traveling at the age of 2 1/2…well actually 2 years 8 months, is tough. There are so many new things to see and foods to try. It does not help that the days are centered around mom’s work.
Continue reading HBT misses his friends
Holi — a wonderful day of color. A day of celebrations where for many work stops and joyous celebration begins.
HBT has been amazing. At the age of 2 1/2 he has and will be dragged through more every type of rug process. Today we visited Obeetee Rugs–while I have a lot to say about the day, here is how HBT interacted at Obeetee plant. Pictures taken by mom (me) as I document HBT day.
Continue reading HBT visits Obeetee–Rugs to a toddler
Jaipur Rugs, our first stop on our trip, employees disabled indians. Mr. Chaudhary says “If you have a good Heart and a good soul, you can do anything.” Very true for the disable men, I saw working at Jaipur Rugs.
Continue reading The Disabled, The Toddler, Learning in India
Not only did HBT pick out my clothing for the day, he was my personal paparazzi. Monday morning we went to Mcdonalds and one clothing stop. This was to wear him out, so mom could get work done all afternoon.
Continue reading HBT Monday 10th
Sunday was a day of rest. We went to the mall. HBT played in a type of Chucky Cheese area, while the mom’s shopped. He has gotten into handing over his camera to me, and say my picture, then he makes a pose. Since these photo’s and poses are directed by him I have included them. HBT also loves taking pictures of his mom.
Continue reading HBT Pictures Sunday March 9
This was a great day of exploration for Beach. He not only explored every nook and cranny of Jaipur Rugs, he also explored every nook and cranny of Kilol, a hand block printing company.
Saturday, we saw so much. I think it is best shown through a video. HBT’s was very excited by the farm land we drove through- the cows, sheep, goats and camels. Throw in a ton of tractors, school buses and people, and you have one happy toddler.
The pictures taken were by his mother but make no mistake it was all directed by HBT.