September has been a very busy month for us so far. We have been getting back into the swing of school and regular schedules. We also have new activities this year. Last weekend Zev and Isaac had earned a sleep over together. When I came in to get them in the morning, this is what I saw. I thought maybe a rock band had destroyed the room, but it was just Hurricane Zev, as usual.
After he cleaned up the room, he did some yard work with Ari. This kid loves to use the weed eater.
I heard a stool in the kitchen being dragged one morning while I was putting on my makeup. I went in to check out what Isaac was up to, and I found him helping himself to a peach. He is getting too big for me.
We went to Arbor Hills Nature Preserve with our friends again one morning last week. It is nice and shady in this still hot Texas fall.
Also these boys love to look for sticks, bugs, and animals.
Zev had used some money that he saved up to order a bunch of Lego Ninjago mini-figures from China. It took them a few weeks to come, and here he is so happy after we set them all up.
Here is Isaac at soccer practice after his jersey came in.
He is the cutest ever.
In Isaac's classroom at school, the teachers have turned their dramatic play area into an airport. Isaac loves to be the pilot of the airplane.
Tahl's teacher is also great this year about posting pictures of the kids on Facebook.
It is so fun to see him enjoying himself in first grade throughout the day.
Here is some footage of Isaac's first soccer game this weekend. The good news was that he didn't cry and he played almost the whole game. The bad news was that he mostly thinks that he should run back and forth and throw himself down on the bumpers. We have lots more games to learn though. In the mean time, the kids are all so cute to watch out there!
Isaac's Halloween costume arrive a little bit early. I can hardly get him to take it off.
Hopefully it will still be in good shape by Halloween because he sure does love being Captain Barnacles.
This first year in a while that I've failed in talking the boys into being something that goes together. Oh well, I gave it my best shot.