It consistently drives me crazy that my children fight and don't want to spend every waking moment cuddled in the embrace of one or all of their siblings, but since I'm an only child, I'm told by my friends with siblings that I'm totally wacked to think that behavior would ever be normal, I can dream, right? And then every now and again they actually act like they don't want to kill each other. Here's proof:
Trey wrote this book about his adventures playing outside and catching lizards with his sister one day after school a couple of weeks ago. He's been begging me to share it on the blog, so here it goes:
The captions are the words that he wrote for his picture book.
Delilah and Trey's Lizard Hunt
With Sparkle the Lizard
We are going on a lizard hunt
We look for lizards
Then we find one
We name it Sparkle (Mom's Note: Delilah names everything Sparkle)
We have to let Sparkle go
Sparkle has to go home
Bye bye Sparkle
*Mom for the pictures
*Delilah for being a great lizard hunter
*Sparkle for being calm while we took pictures
*Me, Trey for everything else
He came up with the story on his own and then printed it himself.
And then he read it to her...
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