And that’s a good thing. It was a long, difficult winter for the girls, and we’re thankful it’s done.
Our first really nice weekend, and the girls took full advantage. Even little Bea, the home-body, took delight in scampering about. Aside from the glorious close-up of Lucy’s sweet freckled face, these photos were all taken over the past two days.
Mom’s second to last weekend out of town for grad school (YAY!). So we went to the Children’s Museum. We got there a little early, so off to the co-op for a baked treat.
Some neat Blue Man Group stuff at the museum, making great noises.
Bea’s reaction to having to wait her turn to use the bathroom (as well as the museum library being inaccessible).
Lucy continues to enjoy the climbing wall, and we all cheer her on.
On our way out, they finally got the tutus they have wanted. The made a good case for the purchase.
The bikes are out!
Lucy and neighbor friend Grace on their bikes. Bea refuses to ride her bike. Or wear shoes. OK, Bea.
Foraging pinecones, after her third dress change of the day.
A neighborhood friend appears.
Excited about something!
Starting to wear down a bit. But not much.
“This tree is just too big to climb”. They then had a discussion on whether this could be Totoro’s tree.