Well, there were more outside shenanigans yesterday. Falls from high places, mud, loons – to name a few. Yeah, Avery fell from the top rung of the ladder side (where Dylan is), hitting her head on the bar as she fell through. Awesome. : (
But she recovered quickly. There was too much to enjoy about the day. Check out one of our new mugs! Sweeeeeet.
More time was spent on the slide. The bane of my existence.
Alright, its not the slide I hate, its the stupid (or stinky, if you are watching your language) mud patch you see at the bottom of the slide. Most times she doesn’t fall, but it takes just one time for a clean butt to turn into a muddy one. Mental note – must pick up laundry spray.
Then when we went for a walk, Avery noted it was “too BRIGHT!” and demanded my sunglasses become hers.
“GIVE THEM TO MEEEEEE!”
She always wins.
Millicent was out enjoying her favorite time of the year – which is anytime when there isn’t snow to get on her dainty feet.
Then when I wanted my shades back, she was still demanding sunglasses of her own, so I was forced to go in and dig around to find hers. She got lucky that I found them. Sadly, there was an incident this morning and the glasses are no more.
Thankfully, Dylan knew right where his were. I love how they push his ears out.
He only wears them when he’s riding on the road. He told me that sunglasses are only for when you are driving. Mmmmkay.
The loons are back! We’ve seen several! They most likely won’t stick around. We’ll get a pair that will stay, but the rest are just passing through on their way to their prospective lakes. Here’s the zoomed in pic…
And the zoomed out pic…
As you can see, the ice is rapidly depleting. YAY!
Annnnnd my work here was done once Eric was done working. Mom turns into chopped liver at that point.
They decided to unload all the deck furniture, toys and bikes from Pontunia. Its becoming more real now – WINTER IS OVER!!!!!
More spring fun pics to come later and maybe a video. My niece Natalie made up an awesome song about Bath Toys that I am obsessed with, so I’ve been encouraging some creativity around here. So far, no dice, but I’m not giving up. These kids are going to perform and they are gonna LIKE IT!