We went to the park after ballet last week with the Oldacres. I brought my camera and actually pulled it out of the car this time, rare form for me! I'm so glad, too, because I caught some great pics.
Ty's first time in a sandbox. I have to admit, I had to relax a little and let him get dirty. He is a boy, afterall, and I don't want him turning out as clean as Libby, not wanting to usually get her hands dirty. So I let him have some fun.
It was a beautiful day! We loved soaking up some of the warm sunshine.
Love London dancing in the background of this one.
He did finally get his hands in it and seemed to enjoy the new texture. It just took some time.
Sheeba came with us.
He found a dry leaf, of course. I don't know what his fascination is with dried up leaves.
He did have alfalfa hair that day. I could not get that piece to lay down.
The girls had an adventure. I with I could have hear the whole story of what they were doing and where they were going. Libby's got quite the imagination and I love walking by her room and catching part of a story about a Mom and her "sweetheart" or a pirate or a princess and her "prince charming". It's always something and I love it!
I think Libby has become more like me than Matt in this one respect: barefeet. I love being barefoot and I am most of the day. Inside, outside, doesn't matter. Libby's always taking off her shoes and running around barefoot now, too.
They had this little window and I saw Libby sitting at it. She asked me, "What would you like?" Turns out she was working for a baker (I think he was another little boy on the playground.
"Here is your cake." Mmm. Mulch cake. :)
I love how great pictures come out on a sunny day.
After looking at these pictures, it makes me realize how big Libby is getting. I don't want to see my kids grow up, I want babies right now! Never-the-less, I am enjoying every stage and I love my sweet girl!