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Thursday, February 12, 2015


Here's another week and a 1/2 in the life of Luke.  I would love to know what he is going to be when he grows up.  I have never, ever seen a kid more into vacuums and tools!
It took me 10 minutes to get him away from this ladder at the rec center

Inventing his own vacuum with magformers.  And yes, he stole Molly's headband.

Every time he didn't get these set up exactly right, he screamed his head off.  Oh the joys.

He made a vacuum with Mary's fish tank.  That would be a remote control, lotion, a toy, and an entire container of fish food.  Amazingly, the fish lived.

He rolled up a piece of paper, and called it his tools.

Inventing some concoction.

We hid these extremely well, but obviously not well enough. He was thrilled to find his "toys."

He found the only vacuum in William's classroom when we went to visit.

Luke "fixing" the fridge.

He really wanted to vacuum up the dirt pile in our yard.

His "dog" made out of magformers.

Luke took this EVERYWHERE with him for an entire day.

Yes, it even went in the car, next to his pot full of our extra backsplash tiles.

The vacuum isle at Walmart.  We MUST go there every single time we go to the store.

Another Luke concoction...and a lighter that took us 2 days to finally get from him.

Yes, that is a door stopper in the middle.  Within our first month of living here, Luke was just over a year old, and had successfully removed all of our door stoppers. 

He and Mary brought our old microwave upstairs, and Luke "fixed it" for days.

He got out an entire cupboard of pans, and lined them all up just right and filled them with toys.  This took him hours to get it just right.

Every time we go to the gym, Luke runs over to this.

Today's newest vacuum invention.
  Luke is quite the kid! We love this crazy boy of ours!

1 comment:

Erin Darrington said...

I love this post! What a creative cutie. I'd love to spend an afternoon in his mind!