Zack was at work, the house was quiet, and a storm was approaching. It was too hot earlier in the day, so I took advantage of the cooler weather that blew in. I can’t spend too much time in nature. Is that possible? Certainly, not where we live!
Holding the hand of a toddler is easily one of my favorite things in the world. A bit squishy, a bit firm, never a loose grasp. Perfection.
“Mom the grass touched me!”
Life is hard.
The world is her dance floor. I hope it always is. Rock that confidence, P!
Out house exploring!!
We found an empty acorn shell! …and a wasp nest…
“Ew, Mia, put that down! It’s icky.”
“What is it?”
“It’s something icky.”
I looked but I found nothing icky.
^ Dancing ^
Queen of the mountain. Lovely adventurer’s spirit.
“Hey, Amelia, can I see your rocks?”
[pulls them close]
I can take a hint. –but not before I take a photo! ;)
Still holding her rocks. :)
I’ve mentioned (once or twice) that I am so grateful for our large and abundant trees. I certainly wouldn’t trade them for a sidewalk!
We also found an empty egg shell by the garden!
When did she get so big??
We also discovered our first cucumbers!
“Mom, look at me!”
Penelope: Photographer in training.
We had so much fun exploring rarely visited places in the yard. When I homeschool, nature will definitely be part of the curriculum, and the yard will often be the classroom! I never stop learning, and boredom never finds me outside. I hope that is passed on to my girls.