About our adventures in hiking, starting a family, and other very riveting topics.
Looking out the window is a favorite past time. Bears thinks it's pretty fun too.
Her daddy spoils her and buys her ice cream from the ice cream truck. She begs for it and he can't say no. He's learned only to buy her the $1 bars now though, she wants ice cream desperately, but then doesn't actually eat much.
This guy is soooo serious about his chubs. *ahem* I mean muscle.
She liked directing me on how she wanted her mask colored.
Max has a little obsession with Raggedy Ann. Her black features are eye catching to him I think and as an extra bonus, her hands look like nipples apparently, as he's always trying to taste them.
Hiking up Bowman Fork.
Kins is getting along with Max so much better now. She tries to play with him and rarely does anything that could hurt him now.
After mowing the lawn with daddy she wanted to vacuum too.
BEETLES! These beetles are dead. But, whatever, makes no difference to Kins. She often tells me how they can bite her. This is her main focus at the park these days. Usually live beetles though.
Max loves bejewled.
I love her curls.
Checking to see if porcupine has a fever.
Here you go Max.
At a 4th of July parade.
This area of Millcreek is gorgeous. I love how the whole forest floor is covered with a green carpet.
Hangin' out playing with animals.
The rec center pool was closed on the 4th. Kins had just as much fun in her tiny pool.
At the parade. She was into digging in the dirt, but one of the floats really caught her attention for a moment.
Stoked about the bird Kins shared with him.
At our playgroup. She didn't want to leave the trampoline for anything.
Library playtime is packed in the summer. Where's Kins??