Sunday, August 7, 2011

Nana and Baboo's Super Saturday

Saturday was a delight. Youngest son Jeremy and daughter-in-law Katie and grands Molly Kate, 3, and 14-month-old Walker spent lunch and a large part of the afternoon with us. All our grands are at delightful ages. And it is such a treat to see and hear this pair in action.

Molly Kate’s first choice for entertainment was Walker’s big blue ball that resides at our house.
MK strikes a pose.

Walker headed for a yard sale find that has entertained every one of the six grands at toddler age.
Walker enjoys orchestrating animal sounds.

As the afternoon waned, duets on our upright piano, a rousing episode of brother-sister chase complete with excited sound effects (Apparently Nana and Baboo have a higher tolerance for high-pitched squeals than the youngsters' daddy does) and a game of hide and seek with Baboo burned up enough energy that this on-the-move pair started winding down.

MK chooses a ride in Nana’s “chariot.”

Speedy!

MK convinces Baboo to share his reading glasses so she can play teacher.

Little teacher!

Ready for a father-son YouTube video session

Anticipation




Sesame Street music videos!


Yea, Sesame Street!
Thanks go to Katie for these last four images. I was sitting on the sofa by Jeremy and Walker. I handed my point and shoot camera to Katie, and she captured some of my favorite images of the day!

7 comments:

Retired English Teacher said...

I love the last photos of the day. What precious children they are. I wish my grandchildren lived close enough to stop by for a visit on a Sunday afternoon.

Have a good week.

Ginny said...

Seeing the Sesame Street video appearing are just wonderful pictures of the surprise and joy on his face!!! Molly continues to be just cute as a button!! What wonderful times and memories!

Friko said...

They are so sweet and I am sure they help you to over many a hard patch in your recovery.

maddie/cadesmimi said...

What fun times! Your little ones are really growing--and they are precious!

Sandra said...

these are priceless memory's. love the sesame face and the little teacher.

Arkansas Patti said...

What adorable grands you have. The camera does love them. What a wonderful visit that had to have been.

schmidleysscribblins,wordpress.com said...

Yikes!! What great kids. So beautiful and so different from one another. Good for the soul. Dianne