Kevin and Celia Sittin’ in a Tree…
K-I-S-S-I-N-G. Okay, maybe not.
My friend Jennie came out to visit from North Carolina with her 2 year-old daughter Celia. It had been one year since we saw each other last, so the kids had sure changed.
Celia’s love language is touch. Kevin’s is…well, not touch. Celia wanted to hug Kevin and hold his hand. All Kevin could say is, “I don’t need to hold your hand!” How sad. Dave and I hope he becomes more charming with age.
We did lots of different activities. We spent one day at the Children’s Discovery Museum. Kevin and Celia made pretend pizzas, played in the water, and painted with their fingers. We spent several hours at a nearby park where Kevin and Celia competed in the local parcourse.
We had a make-your-own-pizza night and Jennie captured their hearts with books.
We spent a lot of time down at the tracks. Kevin corrupted angelic Celia by teaching her how to throw rocks in puddles. They had a great time and came home dirty, tired, and happy.
Finally, on the last day of Celia’s visit, Kevin asked to hold her hand. He doesn’t look happy about it in this picture, but he was concentrating really hard to do it just right. Can’t wait for the next visit!