The boys got out on their bikes!
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
It is getting a bit wet on our walk home. The half of this area that is in the shade is snowy and icy. The sunny side is rather like a lake. The boys love walking home through it creating waves.
We then headed down to the creek. The boys immediately had water in their boots, but they stayed out and played for a while.
They found this tree across the creek and did some "Bear Grylls missions". I don't think either one made it all the way across. They would end up 'dangling' and then plop into the water. No one fell completely into the water or got injured - good day!
Monday, April 21, 2014
Friday, April 18, 2014
Such wonderful egg dyers.
No one spilled a drop.
The only problem was mine. I used the new 'put them in the oven' technique and apparently they didn't get cooked enough. Kincaid was incredibly disappointed. I boiled some more so the poor child didn't go egg-less. So, it was a flop (like the homemade pot pies I made for the boys...)
Thursday, April 17, 2014
We mailed a package and Duke said that he needed something to eat before he could pick out a book at Title Wave. Some Kaladi cookies did the trick so he could select yet another shark book.
He then needed more food (after he had lunch) for a stroller ride and dog walk. He ate an entire yellow pepper. He has eat at least one pepper a day this week. We only have one pepper in the bag of 6 to last us until we make it back to Costco. I guess there are worse foods to eat too much of!
We picked up Kin and I had left the back door unlocked. Nonetheless, both boys climbed through the doggie door. It was a bit more difficult for Kin. I must say that Sahale did a good job of licking their faces in a sort of guard doggish way.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
It was a slushy skedaddle today. Duke hung out on this spinning thing for quite a while. He loved going fast, then stopping, then going again. He did call it the Tilt-a-hurt Kory...
I am tired today as I stayed up late working and watching the eclipse. It was so darn cool. Here is one of the pictures I took that actually turned out. Amazing...