Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Our Little Sculptor

When I got home yesterday Henry came running to the door with some Play-doh in his hand. Meg had just made some for him out of flour, water and salt. She added food coloring to make him white, blue and green. He was a bit freaked out by it at first she said, but warmed up to it once she made him a bunch of balls. He also enjoyed us making him snakes. Later during and after supper he was in a really good mood for us. It's amazing to watch him play quietly for 20 minutes with his little cars. You can almost see his mind working as he drives them around on the table.

Last night's coins were OK.

142 small dollars, 3 half dollars and 200 quarters didn't turn up anything.

4,650 dimes produced three silver Rosies (1951, 1964, 1964D), twelve Canadians, two UK 5 pence, one Bermuda 10¢ and three US pennies.

2,480 nickels had four Canadians (1 Ni), one UK penny and one US dime. I was bummed not to find one War Time or Buffalo in that batch.

1,800 pennies yielded ten Wheats and thirteen Canadians. The Wheats were:

1937, 1941, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1955, 1957(2)


sassymom said...

The boyz like to combine cars with play-doh and make roads with the play-doh on which to drive the cars.