On the Fourth of July holiday, we made some footprints. Jason has joked that they’ll still be doing footprint crafts when they’re 16.
He climbed way up on the hot, hot roof and installed a digital antenna for local channels. It’s part of our plot to get rid of our cable package.
Thea and I had a girl’s afternoon out in Carlisle…
And, during lunch, I noticed that her wiggly two teeth on the bottom already have grown-up teeth edging them out. She proudly showed each person who crossed our path, for the rest of the weekend.
We went to a birthday party at a gymnastics center, and Thea kept her balance on the beam.
There was a lot of trampolining.
And birthday cake, of course.
Later that evening, Finn tried to help Jason with his back ache.
Thea gave him “shots” with glow bracelets, and she seemed convinced that balancing a stress ball on his calves would do the trick.
On Sunday, while Thea and Jason went to a birthday party at a playground…
Finn and I visited The State Museum, where he caught a fish (and made a new friend)!
I was treated to many glasses of lemonade.
And he practiced his counting skills in the cabbage patch.
Come to think of it, he’s counting just about everything he sees, these days. There’s no summer learning slump for toddlers!