At 42 Degrees

At 42 Degrees

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Whoa! No Posts Since January!

What in the world has Isaac been up to in the past two months?
Simple answer: EVERYTHING!

Oh my goodness,...it's been a whirlwind trying to keep up with Isaac's Bucket List,...and daily life.


No wonder our little guy is exhausted after a day of 1st Grade,...he's been a busy, busy guy with all sorts of bucket lists items to check off.


Only Isaac could go into a repair shop to pick up a cellphone
and end up in an uber-cool smart phone costume!
So glad,...the camera was fixed on that phone!

Wearing a cell phone costume.
Check. 




Four Dead Trees,...downed in the yard.
(cut, while Isaac was at school, of course, they were VERY dangerous.)
Odd bucket list item, but,...
Check. 


Try this for a bucket list.
VERY cool logs to sit on.
Check. 


Having the very nice 'tree-guys' leave a couple logs for you to play on.
Check.
(Not these logs, but the three of the very best and biggest logs
 were left in the yard for our little guy to scramble over in adventure-type play)



Become a photo-journalist.
Check. 


Describe to Daddy EVERYTHING about the tree cutting,
although you were at school when it happened.
Check. 



Learn how to play 'social/communication' games in speech therapy.
Check. 


Fund-raiser race at school with big brother Teddy.
Check.


Work another fund-raising race with big brother Michael. 
Check.


Totally have fun on race day.
Check. 


Valentine's Day Photo Booth?
Check.
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 Discover CHESS!!!!
Check. 


Eat first taco.
Kinda.
(Note: I.I. only ate down to the meat,...no further)
Still.
Check. 


Help Mama with sewing.
Our little guy,...pinned like a pro.
No joke,...NEVER had my pins been sooooo straight. 
Very nice rainy Saturday morning spent together. 
Check.


FIRST basketball game.
Check,...check,...and CHECK!!!!


Boy,..oh boy,...did our little guy get into that game!
High five players.
Check. 


Eat popcorn with missing front teeth.
Check. 


Help put up ceiling fans.
Or rather 'supervise'
Notice the little finger in the air.
"First," says Isaac, "Take down light." 
Helper Extraordinaire.
Check. 


Baseball Game!
Check.


Go onto the field,
smooze with the players,
and charm yourself a baseball.
Check. 


Totally have a BLAST at said baseball game.
Check. 



Suit up for your own baseball game.
Check. 


Pitch.
Soooooo adorable. 
What else would I.I. be doing on the field?
Also our little guy did a GREAT job pitching, 
but even better he was so super supportive of all the batters,
clapping and encouraging,
 "Great job!" 
Good sport.
Check. 


Wearing our Autism Matters tee-shirt.
Gleamed from that basketball game. 
Check.


Isaac's Bucket List certainly matters. 
Our little guy is on a mission to get as much out of life as he can,
AND take us along for the ride. 


Until we post again,...may God bless and keep you!








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