A Carpentry Lesson


This summer Grandpa Bob came to town to help Scott build a gift for my dad and they both took the time to give Cooper a little lesson in carpentry. 

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Scott gave Cooper is very own battery powered drill to run.

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He drilled hole upon hole into wood.

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Note he put his own shoes on this particular day.  He does not care if is shoes are on the correct feet or not.

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I could not get him to look at me instead of his board.

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Very studiously doing his “work”.

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Evaluating where to put the next hole.

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He found the perfect spot.

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Seriously what is this face?  I did finally get him to look at me.

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Time to confer with daddy about the project.  Grandpa Bob assessing the next step.

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Keeping his pencil in his had just like Grandpa Bob does.

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Drilling more holes.

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Real carpenters wear tool belts.

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Such a serious face.

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At this point he was tired of me taking his picture.

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Such a little man. 

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One Response to A Carpentry Lesson

  1. Kendra Coleman says:

    He is learning so much….. and I do love the shoes on which ever foot they need to be!! You know, if the shoe fits, wear it!!

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