…and here are the Brothers.

Isaac Hearing AidsIsaac and Ben

This is Isaac.  He is 6 years old.  He goes to full-day kindergarten.  He likes school for the most part, but he keeps saying that 180 days is too much to have to go to school.  He really enjoys riding the bus (I guess the novelty hasn’t worn off yet).  He plays soccer (his team is called the “Atomic Grapes” because they have purple uniforms).  He also goes to gymnastics once a week.  He enjoys video games, drawing, coloring and reading about animals.

Jonny FaceJonny on top of Ben

This is Jonathan.  He is 3 years old.  He was my baby up until this summer, but once Ben was born, my, did he ever grow up fast!   All at once he became an outgoing, sociable, potty-trained big boy.  He goes to preschool 2 mornings a week.  He enjoys playing with trains, super hero action figures, and just about anything his big brother Isaac is playing with.  He also does a pretty decent job of coloring for a 3 year old!  Jonny loves to eat and always seems to be saying, “I’m hungry!” 

Both boys love their baby brother Ben.  They are ALWAYS bugging him!  Sometimes he likes it, sometimes not.  Either way, I am glad that Ben has two wonderful older brothers to look out for him.

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4 Responses to “…and here are the Brothers.”

  1. Jenny Says:

    Does Isaac wear hearing aids?

  2. Karen Says:

    Nope – he was just trying Ben’s on for size!
    😉

  3. Jenny Says:

    Do Isaac and Jonathon get their hearing tested too?

  4. Karen Says:

    Yes, of course. They both had hearing screens at birth, and Isaac was tested again in Kindergarten.


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