Hazel has shown interest in trying out the beaten-up tricycle the neighbors gave us now that the weather has turned warmer. At first she could only go downhill and needed help with a good push coming back up the street. She got frustrated very easily and would stamp her feet and say “I do not like this!” whenever she couldn’t figure out whether to push forward or back with her feet on an incline. But over the past couple of weeks she’s gotten much better and she really only needs a nudge now when she hits a big curb. She’s even ridden her tricycle all the way to the library where she exclaimed to Aline “My feet are tired!”
Bedtime ReadingZ is for Zamboni
Our friend Sheridan gave us the book Z is for Zamboni as a Christmas present. Hazel is now a big fan of the Zamboni, Bobby Hull and Orr, the referee and especially the penalty box when we reach the letter T and point out that breaking the rules results in someone sitting in the timeout box . . .