Master Oh Waily, Miss Oh Waily

The Oh Waily Kids

So here is a bit of a photo essay on the Oh Waily kids.

Let’s kick it off with the littlest member of the household.

Spooning Beans
Spooning Beans

I had to find something to keep him occupied so Miss Oh could sit at peace with her own games. This worked, for a little while, but obviously needed constant supervision as small person and small objects are a recipe for stuffing things in mouth.

Love that Chalk Pen
Love that Chalk Pen

And when we aren’t able to find a spare piece of glass to scribble on, our clothes and body will do just fine.  I feel a performance artist in the making here.

Party Boy
Party Boy

Give a boy a balloon and this is what you get.

And my personal favourite…

Am I ready for my close up?
Am I ready for my close up?

Now, for the little Miss.

Playing her Chuggington Memory Game.

Chuggington Memory Game
Chuggington Memory Game

Doing one of our current favourite activities, making ice blocks.  In this case it is an apricot nectar / coconut milk mix.  I love the concentration.

Pouring Ice Blocks
Pouring Ice Blocks

And finally a sign of things to come…

A Sign of Things to Come
A Sign of Things to Come

Talking on the telephone to her Dad.

Okay, I think that’s probably enough with the gratuitous kiddie photographs.

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4 thoughts on “The Oh Waily Kids”

  1. Gorgeous! Love the drawing on glass, he looks like a frustrated artist : )

    Apricot and coconut milk? Delicious!

    And oh yes, the phone; pretty in pink, looks like a little teenager.

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    1. Master Oh does a very good line in frustration. And shouting, in general. 😉

      The ice blocks were meant to be mango & coconut but we couldn’t get the mango when we wanted to make them. Probably need to take a walk to Moore Wilson, but the apricot is a fine substitute anyway. And it makes a nice change from berry smoothie ice blocks. Yum. Do I need a cold supper now? Hmm.

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