The boys have been having so much fun outside riding bikes and coloring the driveway and sidewalks. So glad they can run around and play after our very cold winter.
Found this beautiful vintage giant sized book at a retired teacher's yard sale for 50 cents.
Perfect condition and I love the artwork.
My oldest broke his arm at the end of his first week of movement arts camp. He didn't cry until the doctor said it was broken. He was upset that he would miss camp and wouldn't be able to swim. He has a bright green cast now which I know I took pictures of, but can't seem to find the pictures on my camera. He was pretty excited to get a real cast and pick out the color. The cast comes off on his birthday.
Smiling big after a fun pool party with friends.
Grandma and Grandpa gave us lots of mulberries so I made a pie.
This little guy helped make his own birthday cupcakes.
We brought home silk worms again this year at the end of preschool. They have eaten a lot of mulberry leaves and grown 20 times bigger. Last year the boys loved watching them turn into moths and lay eggs.
More sidewalk chalk. This is a pirate's map.
This is a monster at the end of the pirate's map.
These are the footprints of a T-Rex fighting a Triceratops.
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Hi, I'm Faith, a former Family and Consumer Science teacher turned work at home Mom blogger. I love God, my family, and food. You can usually find me in the kitchen preparing family friendly, homemade recipes and taking lots of pictures.
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