Quite inspirational how quickly one learns Jack not yet four is eager to learn and is something of a sponge taking everything in that he he told. Concentration is the key and he is relentless in his questions. I have always been a firm believer in telling children the truth when they ask a question, I know my two girls ordered it and if you tried to fob them off after they asked for an explanation on something they would accept the truth far better than a white lie.
Jack also demands this, so as best we can we try to explain things truthfully. He loves to do work of any kind, he asked his Grandad if when he slept over if he could do some work in the shed with real tools, of course his Grandad agreed not thinking that he would remember but of course he did remember and although it was a bitter cold day out they went to the shed.
look at the concentration in his little face, on the top image he even has his tongue out, both his Grandad and his Mum does this when they concentrate ha ha!
Can you believe he never hit his or his Grandads fingers even once.
I asked him what he was making, he told me it was going to be a new wall for me.
They then decided to make a sword, Grandad cut out the pieces and Jack screwed them together.
So Captain Jack now has a sword, we even cut out some stickers to decorate it.