What a beautiful weekend! We spent a lot of time outside, just enjoying it, with sidewalk chalk, rubber boots, puddles, and a trip to the zoo. I think Kieran's favourite part of the zoo was the donkey's. They came right up to him.
Sunday night we enjoyed a summer feast of BBQ hamburgers, corn, and watermelon. I had put corn holders on Kieran's corn, but he did not enjoy them, once he learned he couldn't eat them he wanted them off...not just his, but mine too.
One of my goals over the next few months is to start printing some photos and actually filling frames and albums. It is so easy to take pictures, and never print them...but I am tired of looking at strangers staring back at me from the frames. I already have a collection started on my fridge, the first few pictures of Kieran's 'First Year book', and a couple frames on the piano started-and I already feel better.
Holidays are always busy in our house, lots of dinners and visits to make, you need to sneak in naps when you can-I also fell asleep about 20 minutes after this photo.
This weekend Kieran visited all three grand parents homes as well as a trip to Fredericton to visit his Aunt for a family dinner. We shoveled the driveway, played with a couple cousins, climbed stairs, 1,2,3,4,5,6...(lost count) times with grampy, played with a really cool bath toy.
Kieran's favourite thing right now are his rubber boots, he puts them on himself and runs around the house or rides a truck he got for Christmas. He also has learned to jump-which he thinks is hilarious. His new favourite word is Laawa (Laura), which is his babysitters name-anytime he wants help, or wants something he says Laawa, Laawaa, Laawaa until he gets it :)
It was a wonderful weekend, but now it is time for bed :)
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Jennifer Russell was born and raised in New Brunswick, Canada.She is an Intentional artist who focuses on creating meaning full connections to her work for herself and others. Nothing is more satisfying to her than hearing that her work has inspired someone in their own life.