Linus – Week 48
Linus had a very busy week, so no sense holding off on a post! First, he headed to a July 4 party hosted by our friends David and Yvonne. Linus does love a good party – after he gets over his initial shyness. He particularly enjoyed Meelo’s big train set.
Here he is playing with the big kids! Or trying to…
He was particularly interested in his balloon he found. Luckily it never popped or he might not have been so smiley.
Back at home, he relaxed with a little snack of blueberries.
Still taking swimming lessons! He wore his rash guard this time, as he seemed a little cold during the first class. Once again, no one showed up for his class. Tonight we’re going to join the earlier class. I think he’ll enjoy being around more kids while he splashes.
Somehow Linus convinced Yen to give him an issue of Backpacker. Which he promptly shredded.
He’s starting to play with his toys a little differently now. Instead of just knocking things over, we c an see him trying to figure out how pieces might fit together. He is still committed to destroying any tower I create, however.
He takes his bi bo duties very, very seriously.
And keeps the machinery in good working order.
Yep, that’s what happens when you leave the bathroom door open.
Linus recently revealed that he knows how to unscrew caps.
Relaxing on the patio.
Our neighbor gave Linus a little table and chairs. He was delighted! He doesn’t sit on the chairs, of course. He bi bos them.
Linus is very interested in planes right now. Not just turning the little propeller on this toy. If he hears one in the sky, his head whips around and he scans until he finds it. Then he points and grunts until we all admire it too.
Poor Linus. I hadn’t done laundry in a while, so he had to wear this outfit that is several sizes too big.
Kissing me through the bars of his prison play pen.
Saturday mornings the Harvard Art Museum is free to MA residents. Linus enjoyed it very much.
But he was pretty shocked by the bad manners of this guy.
New car seat. He can see a lot more out the window now.
He’s still diligently using the potty every morning. Incredible!
Sunday we headed over to the Discovery Museum in Acton. And Linus tried out his new shoes.
Here he is playing Train Engineer.
He loved the water table, of course.
I think that’s the look they are going for by having the museum.
“What the heck is this?!” Linus explored the fake food in the kitchen.
I hope he enjoyed this plastic doughnut. It’s the closest he’ll come to having one for a long time!
What was his favorite thing to do in the whole museum? He slammed the kitchen cabinet for at least five minutes nonstop. Just like at home. Only there it doesn’t cost $23.
And a little walk through the woods to finish the day.