I swear, my kids always have more fun with random, everyday objects than they do with singing, flashing, brightly-colored plastic toys. For example, Katelyn and Olivia are having a great time playing in this big, empty cardboard box today:
My creative, smart, sometimes fresh, but always funny, kindergarten-attending 5 year old. He plays hard, loves deep, and never takes "no" for an answer. Joey's favorite things are super heroes, dessert, coloring, drawing, writing, and potty talk.
Sometimes considered the quiet one, or the 'easy' one, she's got a big personality full of love, and sweetness. She's silly, talkative, stubborn, and very affectionate. Olivia's favorite things are baby dolls, stuffed animals, the iPad, gummies, and gum.
A mini-version of her mother, Katelyn has a strong desire to be right, a strong will to get her way, and a strong personality that shows in everything she does. She loves to laugh, have her back rubbed, and snuggle with her Daddy every chance she gets. Katelyn's favorite things are books, puzzles, playing pretend, and making art projects.