Riley is in project hell this week-science paper and history paper. Poor guy. He's not getting much free time, but he's handling it very well. The science paper is due tomorrow. He's finally finished, and I think it's really good. I don't have a clue what the science teacher will say about it, but he tried really hard, followed her "check list," and got it done. We are less concerned with the history paper. He's got that one completely under control. Riley knows that come Thursday night though, he can do what he wants, when he wants, for an entire week and a day! I can too! We have some travels planned as well.
In between projects, Riley built his Rockefeller Center-a birthday gift from his aunt, uncle and cousins. He loves it. Lego has quite a few of these architecture sets. Riley loves them.
We will be visiting NY this summer, after our DC trip. Rockefeller Center is on the list of places to go as they have Nintendo World-and also a relatively new Lego store (as Riley texted me this afternoon). Don't you love the gold "statue" in the middle where the ice skating rink is? So cute! Riley loves him some Lego. He got some cool Egyptian sets too. I'll take pictures of those tomorrow.
Riley informed me this evening that his recorder class is playing the Star Spangled Banner tomorrow for the entire school! Way to go!