At the park, Thea parked her bike on the rack and Finn followed her cue, pulling his wagon up alongside.
With Thea away at Jason’s chiropractor’s appointment, Finn had the trampoline all to himself. The hokey-pokey was on repeat for about an hour and a half.
On President’s Day, they ate their breakfast picnic-style on the playset.
Thea’s friend Rhys came over to play.
We headed to the playground.
And when Jason came home from work, we went for a walk.
At school, Thea’s class learned about the five senses. She used her sense of of touch to paint with chocolate pudding. Later in the week, her class made vegan (no egg!) chocolate chip cookies and each child got to taste, touch, feel and smell the products of their work. Apparently there are a lot of bittersweet chocolate lovers in preschool!
Jason and I got a night out without the kids, going to dinner and taking in some music at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore during the Millennium Music Festival in our area.