They colored for a while, and played with play dough.
Collins was enamored with Seth's bike. He rode it back and forth for almost four hours straight!
|Blessing, Seth, and Brina|
. . . I heard Seth out there speaking Swahili--short little sentences here and there. "Let's play!" "James, look!" and so on. One day, my boy (and my girl) will be tri-lingual. Mommy's working toward that end too. Sign language is going in way easier than Swahili. However, thanks to Kendi, I finally feel that I am making progress in Swahili too. It is coming easier for me now. . . finally after two years! (Yes, August 18th made two years for us in Kenya.) I was super happy to be able to understand almost everything James said to me this time in that squeaky little voice of his. Shhhhh! Don't tell anyone, but he's my favorite! :)
Of course, we had to have chai with sugar cookies at 4:00 p.m. I gave the children their choice between chai or Kool-aid (which I called juice, so they would know what it kind of tastes like). They all chose "juice" while Kendi and I enjoyed cups of chai.
Today, Seth was getting things ready for the next time they come over. He had a bag full of stuff, and I heard him say, "There, now that is ready for next Thursday." I had to smile.
* Burritoes for supper tonight after BJ's sign language class