Oliver, as an artist, does not limit himself to any one medium. As we've seen, he works in crayon, pencil, paint, paper, pudding, and computer graphics. He recently added another to his repertoire: minestrone.
He was not so interested in eating his minestrone for lunch this day.
Instead, he picked a penne pasta piece to use as a paintbrush.
Declaring his masterpiece "all done!"
He told me, "It's a dinosaur . . . no a dinosaurus!" Can't you tell?
Now a stay-at-home mom to son Oliver, our crazy toddler, my former careers have included interior designer, art historian, and wedding planner. Really. I have the degrees (almost) and the student loans to show for it.
Born April 2008, Oliver demonstrates wisdom beyond his years but the attitude of his age. His hobbies include lining things up, tearing things apart, the alphabet, counting, and playing in water. He's a sweetheart with the longest lashes and a smile that will melt your heart.
My husband since June 2005, we've known each other since the fall of 2001. He's an aerospace engineer (yeah, I married a rocket scientist!), avid runner, guitar player, and a great dad.