Friday

 I had to share this random moment because it's just too funny not to share.
 It hasn't been snowy enough in Denver, and we have been too busy to head into the mountains this winter, so Q hasn't had a chance to try out her snow blades.
 But that hasn't stopped her from learning to use her equipment. 
Q likes to figure things out, and she needed to do several test runs of putting on her boots, easing into her bindings, working the bindings, and finally attaching the safety leashes.
 Only Q knows when she has practiced something enough times to process it properly in her little computer of a brain. She will not stop practicing until she's satisfied that she has it down.
 Ah.........
Success!

7 comments:

Rubber Ducky Chronicles said...

I admire her determination...and the attire on a cold and snowy day. Sounds like my Ty. How tall is Q?

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

She's extremely tall! 97th percentile at least. She wears 5 and 6-year-old sizes. Hard to keep up with her!

Jg. for FatScribe said...

Oh, my! adorable. too cute. you've shared with us over the last year with so many great posts, that i thought I'd share one of my kids that I posted. we were supposed to be cleaning a room, but i got a snapshot, er, video snap, of them here:

http://fatscribe.com/2010/03/boys-are-silly-thank-god-for-that.html

awesome blog ... as always.

Fei An said...

So delighted to see Q doing all kind of things everytime:)

Buy the way, I love your Mom's place. I admire artist seriously. She is just such a wonderful lady, thinking and talking about Africa.

Have a nice weekend!

Natalie Thiele said...

What a scream! Thank goodness you capture all this. Love that striped suit. I had one like it in black and pink with a puffy bottom (the suit's, not mine).

Croatian_Latina said...

Bravo!!!

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Natalie, you're cracking me up! We need puffy-bottomed suits in this family, since we are all very flat-bottomed ;) In fact, I could use one like this to bolster my posterior a bit! Too bad Wovenplay doesn't make these in adult size!