Day three was a busy one. We headed to Topeka to get Brett's 1 year pictures done. We've already seen the proofs and are impressed, once again, with Jolee's work.
After some lunch and a nap, we headed outside for some bubble fun. Brett refuses to clap his hands, so the hope is Brett will try to pop the bubbles as they float by. It's always great when play time and therapy time can be combined into one.
We've tried bubbles with Brett before, but he has never been very interested. Today, however, was a very different story. He was hooked with the first bubble.
Brett was convinced he could blow them by himself, so he took matters into his own hands.
It didn't take long for him to realize he would need some bubble blowing lessons to be able to master this skill.
Me, being a master blower (I know, this is supposed to be family friendly, but I couldn't resist) showed Brett the ropes. He was a good student and took detailed notes.
Bubbles were on sale at Wal-Mart, so we will be able to get a lot of practice in this summer. Who knows, Brett may be the neighborhood champ next summer.