We have a fun little kid’s sprinkler pool that attaches to our water-hose, which means the water is pretty cold! Needless to say, with such cold water, Gentry doesn’t usually spend too much time in it. UNTIL we added the slide! She went down the slide more times than I could count. She LOVED it!… Continue reading Gentry’s Water Park
The Kihekah-Steh Pow-Wow is an annual pow-wow in Skiatook. I have been several times in my life, as it is just a few miles north of where we live. It’s so much fun to go to! The dances are fun to watch, and I love admiring each dancers regalia! Gentry had a great time too!… Continue reading Gentry’s 1st Pow-Wow
Last night in the bath, Gentry was having so much fun playing with her stack-able cups! The yellow one would disappear, and then reappear! She thought it was fantastic! She especially liked when the yellow cup would “jump” out at me! Watch out her perform her magic trick!
Gentry loves being outside and exploring! So far this summer, we’ve been to Branson, MO for Memorial Day weekend, to the library twice for the Summer Reading Program, the circus, swimming at Nana and Papa’s, a failed attempt to the splash pad in Stillwater, and played at home in the sprinkler pool and the swing.… Continue reading Summer Fun!
Gentry and I made The Pioneer Woman’s – Knock You Naked Brownies for Father’s day this past weekend. It was her first time to really “help” me by standing in the chair, and not being held while I do all the stirring. She had SO much fun! She helped me shake the can of evaporated… Continue reading Knock You Naked Brownies!
Gentry tends to be a little prissy…extra girly…sassy…bossy…she’s definitely a girl! She’s very gentle, careful, and sweet. A couple of weeks ago, I took her to Tractor Supply to see the baby chicks and ducks. She used 1 finger to pet them! She was SO gentle. We walked around PetSmart and she petted all the… Continue reading Just a lil’ miss priss
Gentry LOVES books. The moment she wakes up, she wants to read. If she wakes up on her own, as soon as she sees me, she points to the books on the nightstand. If I wake her up, once she “comes to”, she points at the books on the nightstand. And then I have to tell her, “not yet, you have to eat first”, or “not right now, we have to eat and get ready for daycare”. Once she finishes eating, she points to the nightstand again, and on days I have to tell her “not right now”, she points to the bookshelf. She LOVES to read!! Yesterday we stayed home because she was pretty sick over the weekend with an ear infection, and I figured she could use one more day of rest. So when she finished eating, we read all the books on the nightstand, and then she went to pick out more from the bookshelf. We read over 15 books in the morning, and then we read them again last night. Even after reading them all, she wants to read them all again. I hope she always loves to read!
Here is a video of her picking out another book to read: