Spring Showed Her Face


This weekend was pretty great. It has slowing been building up to warm weather where we live.

Saturday was near sixty degrees and the sun was shining bright. Since Zack was home I thought it would be nice if we spent some time out in our parking lot. (Those with a yard should enjoy it a bit for us! Ah, grass…) Our playtime came with a blanket to lounge on, a red Lego wagon to tote our stuff, a ball for Penelope and Daddy to kick around, and various items to place Amelia in / / on, such as a Bumbo seat, Boppy pillow, and [my favorite] Mommy’s arms.


This was A’s first time in the sun. We’re all pretty pasty after months without quality time in the sun. She loved it, unless it was hitting her eye’s directly. I think sunglasses will be purchased in the near future.


Penelope and Zack played two games of soccer. They came back out later for round two while I was cooking supper.


Saturday night and most of Sunday rain poured and poured.

We had a wonderful time at church in the morning. We began a Sunday school class that we enjoy, and followed it up by spending time with new friends at a lunch for college students and party crashers, (ahem, I think that’s us…). We were invited, so I guess technically nothing was crashed, and we’re only 25 so I think we blended fairly well.


Someone forgot to dress the infant properly, so she borrowed Daddy’s over-shirt.

Naps were taken by Amelia and myself, Penelope did not partake in petty naptime. She, instead, peacefully played with cars while Zack did laundry and dishes. (Thanks Zack!)


We drove to the park since the sun was shining later in the afternoon, and enjoyed what it had to offer.


Usually Penelope is only interested in swinging, however, this time she had the whole park to herself and had to try everything. She even took a long walk around the unused part of the park, you know, where they keep the mud.


How cute are those braids?


and this face!


Penelope experienced her first fall off of the swing.

Whoosh, THUD!

I think my heart stopped for a few seconds.

As you can see, she down-graded to the far too underrated baby swing, “Hooray!


Watching the water flowing underground, our version of roaring rapids.

We came home, jammied up, popped some popcorn and enjoyed Peter Pan. A great way to end a wonderful weekend.

Hope you all enjoyed yours!

Do not worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4: 6-7

1 comment:

  1. She found the mud! Good girl...maybe mud pies in her future?


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