June 17, 2006 - Making Faces and Playing Tunes

(Brynioch is 2 years)

June 15, 2006 - Bryn Turning Blue in the Pool

(Brynioch is 2 years)

June 10, 2006 - Fun Saturday in Toronto

(Brynioch is 2 years)
Bryn and his dad, chasing the seagulls and pigeons outside of St. Lawrence Market At a playground near home Megan and Amber playing baseball

June 8, 2006 - Goofball with Blue-Dog and Grum-Grum.

(Brynioch is 2 years)

June 6, 2006 - Stop and Smell the Roses

(Brynioch is 2 years)

June 4, 2006 - Wizzer, the Amiable Sheep

(Brynioch is 2 years)
Bryn's Grandma Penny has a rather friendly lamb.  It was rejected by its mother, so it's been bottle-fed almost since birth.  Its name is 'Wizzer', because it pees so often.  (Note the deck below its feet.) It's not even afraid of Jamfi, who herds the rest of Penny's sheep, but tends to treat Wizzer more like another dog. The Firehall Restaurant is a great lunch spot on the way from Bancroft to Peterborough.  It has innumerable moving toys and models installed on its ceiling, and a couple of old firetrucks out front.

June 3, 2006 - Snort Came Back!

(Brynioch is 2 years)
This 'snort' spent a day or two working on our street, but continued to park each morning in front of our house for the next couple of weeks after that.  I suspect the operator realized that Bryn loved seeing it get going each morning.  BTW, Bryn's general term for construction vehicles is 'Snort' comes from the P.D. Eastman story, 'Are You My Mother?'.  The exact quote is something like, 'You're not my mother.  You're a Snort!'

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3 This 'snort' spent a day or two working on our street, but continued to park each morning in front of our house for the next couple of weeks after that.  I suspect the operator realized that Bryn loved seeing it get going each morning.  BTW, Bryn's general term for construction vehicles is 'Snort' comes from the P.D. Eastman story, 'Are You My Mother?'.  The exact quote is something like, 'You're not my mother.  You're a Snort!' 4 Bryn's Grandma Penny has a rather friendly lamb.  It was rejected by its mother, so it's been bottle-fed almost since birth.  Its name is 'Wizzer', because it pees so often.  (Note the deck below its feet.) It's not even afraid of Jamfi, who herds the rest of Penny's sheep, but tends to treat Wizzer more like another dog. The Firehall Restaurant is a great lunch spot on the way from Bancroft to Peterborough.  It has innumerable moving toys and models installed on its ceiling, and a couple of old firetrucks out front. 6 8 10 Bryn and his dad, chasing the seagulls and pigeons outside of St. Lawrence Market At a playground near home Megan and Amber playing baseball 15 17