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Tuesday, August 19, 2014


Today, my sweet Edward is 5 1/2.  He does not like having his picture taken.  At all.  He started Kindergarten last week and so far, he loves it.  He is getting more comfortable with the idea of being gone all day and spending time with some one else.  He said he is making friends and told me that he will tell me their names today. 
Edward loves snakes.  All kinds of snakes.  He has been to the Rattle Snake Museum in old town Albuquerque 3 times in the last month. He insisted on taking his pictures today with his toy snake.  He also informed me that he wants a snake for his 6th birthday.  I will think about it. 
Edward has been a bit more aggressive lately.  I believe it may have been due to boredom over the summer.  He watches Nolen do many "fun" looking things and tends to get a bit jealous.  Hopefully, going to school on his own will change some of his aggression.
Edward can now ride a pedal bike with training wheels.  I could take off the training wheels, but I am not sure if I am ready.  HA!
He loves swimming.  He loves to laugh and say silly potty words.  He loves making Nolen laugh.  He plays with Nolen all day.  These two have become inseparable.  When we dropped Edward off at school, Nolen sat by the window and waited for Edward to come back.  After a while, he came in to me and asked, "Can we go get Edward from school?"
Edward still loves to play Hot Wheels and will recruit anyone and everyone to play with him.  He still doesn't want his hair cut and fights me even to brush his luscious long locks. 
At night, Edward asks me to tell him stories from my childhood.  I started by telling him a story about a Rattle Snake I encountered with my siblings when I was 5 and he has been hooked ever since.  It is hard for me to recall a lot of my childhood memories, but this is a good exercise for me.
After I tell my story, Edward will tell me a story.  It is generally a version of my story. 
I love this sweet little man.  He can still be quite ornery.  I suppose that goes with the 5 year old territory. 
I love you, Edward.

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