This morning, Mr.Freddy loves playing with his shadows.
We beat the sun this morning! For no reason, we were up before the sun rises. I assumed I wouldn't see Miss Sunshine today because of cloudy weather this past weekend as well as yesterday. It is a little bit chilly, but this is better than the gloomy skies we had.
Last night before going to bed. Playing with Woody and their matching jammies.
It was too early to eat for breakfast, and we were not hungry at all, so I started my day cleaning the bathroom particularly the toilet, did some vacuuming around the house while Mr.Freddy put away his toys and organized the books on the shelves.
After I finished cleaning the house, I gave Mr.Freddy a bath then all dolled up in his favorite Lightning McQueen gear followed by oatmeal with apple sauce for his breakfast and just a toast with jelly for myself. We were all set to go anywhere!
My husband has been working like a carabao every day to support us and that I am very thankful for him. I know he is always a hard worker ever since while I work so hard and take charge raising Mr.Freddy. My task for today- I settled to take my son to the library because we have borrowed books which is due for return today. We spent there half the day. He has always loved books. When he has seen something with letters, he would ask me what was written on it, "Read this, Mommy". He doesn't know how to read yet, but at the age of two, he can identify every letter of the alphabet already. I love reading books to him. I want him like reading, literatures and the library.
Here, are photos I took at the library.
Putting back the block puzzle.
Browsing. So many books to choose from.
Reading while walking. I think he is going to be a bookworm.
We read books mostly about Thomas and Friends.
This is me without make up, totally barefaced.
He leaves library always with a book in his hand. He borrowed seven books today and we had already read three of them.
This is how Mom and Son day went. How did your Wednesday go? I hope everyone is in good spirits.