Clark has been saying and doing lots of fun things lately.
On Saturday morning when I was putting something in the van to leave on an errand Clark came outside and called to me from the front porch. "Mommy, you didn't give me a hug and a kiss." I said wait right there and I'll give you one in a minute. When I started back towards him to give him his hug and kiss he took off running back into the house with a silly grin. I finally caught up to him in the living room and delivered my hugs and kisses to my giggling boy.
I brought our airplane activity box downstairs. I had put some foam airplanes in it that Jeff had gotten at the store and played with a few times. Clark was so excited about the "new" airplanes in his box that he almost couldn't get the box open.
I'm in the kitchen and Clark comes in from the backyard. Standing by the door he says, "Look at this, Mommy." I look up and he is looking at something in his hand. I asked, "What do you have Clarky" He replied, "A bu-ug." I said, "Oh! You should take it back outside. Bugs don't come in the house."
Clark came in from the backyard and shoved some dandelions in my face. "Here's flowers for you Mommy." As soon as a took them he ran back out the door. He's so sweet.
A Bonus from Felicity on February 17th:
We couldn't find Felicity's backpack. I told her again to go look for and find her backpack. She goes in the living room and I hear her say, "It's behind Mommy's blue chair." I said, "Well, go get it and put it away." She says, "It's heavy." I say, "What's in it." Lissie says, "Nothing." Then she walks around the corning carrying her "heavy" backpack. Her hand was empty. She says, "It's invisible."
I did finally find it in the van. The older child who was sent to look for it didn't look very well.