Sunday, March 14, 2010

Compound Nouns

This weekend despite the continual rain and a near miss at the puppet show (Henry didn't make it past the intro music) we had a lot of fun. We had fun visiting his grandparents, had a good church breakfast and heard lots of new compound nouns. His new words include, "birdhouse," "cheese truck," "raincoat," "tow truck" and "water bottle."



Henry amused himself for forty-five minutes one day carrying these bottles into the dining room and arranging them on the table.



8,000 halves produced six 90% halves (1935S, 1954, 1959D, 1960, 1963, 1964D), twelve 40% halves (6 x 1967, 7 x 1968D, 1969D) and one proof (2005S). That's a bit better than last week and the Walker was a nice upgrade to the one in my album.

Found: 1 penny (at Bank of America)

3 comments:

Dean M said...

cheese truck?

kestrelia said...

Yup. He saw it in his favorite book of all time, Richard Scarry's Cars And Trucks And Things That Go.

Dean M said...

That explains it! You can't beat a bit of Richard Scarry. I'm pleased that Henry is sharing some great things from my own childhood.