What do these three have in common?
I was absolutely amazed at the Dewey Decimal system a couple of days ago, not because I didn't know how it worked but the simplicity of using it with four young ones in tow. I looked up my books on the Internet before we went to the library. Then we headed off. When it sometimes takes fifteen minutes to get loaded into the van, time can get away from a person. We got to the library and let the kids look around in the children's books for a little while, then we took them upstairs to get dad's books. It took longer to get loaded into the van than it did to get five books from two different floors.
Dahlia is now practicing on standing up in the middle of the floor. She is doing a very good job and is standing for about ten seconds on her own. I hope that we can get a video of her doing this in the next couple of days.
Noah is determined to have his training wheels removed this morning! I think that I have heard "Dad lets go out and take off my training wheels!" about 173 1/2 times this morning. There have been tears from his older brother that says that Noah will be scared to ride without them but Noah insists that he will do fine. Josiah still uses his.
So what do all of these have in common?