Super boys

Kids around here (like Will and his visiting friend) can jump pretty high….

higher than a HOUSE, even.

This kept them occupied FOREVER!  They just love the instant gratification of digital cameras. They kept checking their progress to see how high they could fly.

Then they enjoyed the soft green grass, you know, when you get tired of jumping.

All except for my little Icarus, Henry, who was too busy building.  He spent the better part of the afternoon constructing a “flying machine” out of a plastic costume belt, a wooden toy road sign, a piece of our new wood flooring and nearly all of my Scotch tape.


Then he took it for one glorious test spin before it fell apart.

And then we welcomed our long-gone neighbors home from their ash-cloud-extended visit to England. Fresh off the plane, jumping off the rock seemed like a fine idea.

All in all, a very good spring day.

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9 Responses to “Super boys”

  1. B. Says:

    Wish Henry would build me a flying machine!

  2. Melissa Says:

    My favorite? Will doing the flying splits over the peak of your roof. Such fun shots!

  3. Shannon Says:

    hee hee. love william’s helmet!

  4. Sheila Says:

    I LOVE these! Little boys in action. Thank you!

  5. Molly Says:

    Wait, when did they get so big???

  6. jacksonandwyatt Says:

    Too cute…I think that we need a large boulder in the front of our house!

  7. Amy Flood Says:

    LOVE Henry’s shoes on the wrong feet. we are famous for that in my house too! i would think it would be uncomfortable, but apparently not.

  8. Kate Says:

    I love the pictures where you can see Henry so patiently perfecting his machine. I think the fire helmet was a nice touch too!

  9. nicki Pardo Says:

    I LOVE that they jumped higher than the house! Super heros indeed!

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