Grandson Visit

Three-and-a-half is a wonderful age; I love watching language acquisition and logic development (and sometimes lack of). And imitation.

And physical skill development, like climbing.

Of course Grandma was impressed that he got there all by himself. The more intricate climbs required Mom’s coaching, but not help.

I was too busy watching as he crossed the top, foot dangling in midair till Mom reminded him to look where the rung was. Then he got it and finished, making it across both loops.

Another adventure was the Children’s Museum.

He did wear a hard hat while doing construction, but it kept falling off. The tool belt was also as big a hit as the building activities.

Of course I have more photos, but I’ll restrain myself.

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7 responses to “Grandson Visit

  1. Awww, nothing like a besotted Gramma, and he does seem to be very active, physical and good at problem solving.

  2. Hurrah for grand children! Lovely series of pictures!

  3. Looks like everyone had fun 😉

  4. dezertsuz

    He looks completely lovable. =) Those sandals don’t look the best for climbing trees, but he seems to be making do. I know you had a marvelous time. That is a great age, I think. Able to articulate ideas well, and hold a real conversation about real things.

  5. How fun! Looks like it was a great visit.

  6. Cher

    oh I think more photos would be good! terrific fun…love that age…

  7. Nice series of photos of a great time of life. All that learning going on!

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