Friday, October 17, 2014

March 2014 Activities

March 2014 brought many fun things. During Spring Break week the kids and I met cousins at the zoo and went to the natural science museum. The weather is fabulous in March and so there was lots of outdoors play. The pinewood derby happened and of course we had lots of other fun projects at home. Soccer started up again, Baseball season got underway and Baby continued to become more interesting and interactive.We were also given a zip line for Christmas. We finally got it set up. Kids loved it.
Dinoguy on the zipline

Fixitman reading books to our babies

Dinoguy tries out a Texas style bolo tie.

Princess breaks out her coloring castle. It took her 2 weeks to color it and it lasted for months. Great toy!

Sweet baby kept growing!

Potty training success for Little Dude meant getting to eat an entire chocolate bar.

Handsome men!

At the zoo with cousins

Look at the buffalo!

Princess had a blast in the sandbox with cousins. Probably one of the highlights of the zoo.

It was a hotter day so the cool temperature in the aquarium was a welcome change. Group photos weren't a success.

My nephew was not happy about all the noise.

Learning about science at the museum.

Look at the dinosaurs!

Baby wasn't impressed.

Faberge eggs.

Look I can hold my head up!

Swinging at the park

Making a cake for a fun project with Trainboy. Had an oops with the frosting. He didn't care.

My soccer player after a good practice.

Lego creations

We participated in a co-op that included art time. Princess was in heaven. She loves painting!

Playing in a creek at a park

Self portraits by my kids. Love it.

Pinewood Derby fun!

He got third place overall with his "pi" car.

Haircuts! Always an event that I procrastinate.

First baseball game for Dinoguy.

He got the gameball for a helpful play that resulted in a rally by his team.

1 comment:

Miranda said...

I love it!

How did that cardboard castle last for months in your houseful of energetic small people?! We had one taht didn't last nearly that long! And it didn't matter how much I told them that it wouldn't last forever, the day it crumbled they cried!


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