And the "Best Dad Ever" award goes to...
Happy Father's Day Dad. The kids made him little paper ties that said what they loved about him. Isn't he handsome?!?
He's also the best because he has the patience and energy to take the kids fishing, without me!!
What did I do instead? I'll let Archie demonstrate, he looks cuter doing it than I do :)
The kids were so cute on their one mile children's run. I love it so much. They were wonderful. Elliott was so happy that he even ran it faster then last year.
I think it is a new summer tradition that Lucy collapses for her yearly nap on the first day of Summer.
During restricted screen-time, Elliott got a little creative :)
We kind of happened onto a little strawberry garden when we moved in, and we were pretty excited for our little harvest. Lucy and I made Strawberry-water, which was actually pretty yummy.
Harmony and Had Abogi took the kids morel hunting. Mmmmmm...
What's the only thing crazier than 65 degree weather in June?
The kids swimming in it of course!
I taught the kids how to do the 80s style Stussy 'S', and they loved it.
They were even able to sit nicely by each other and practice drawing them: Mommy Win!
Lucy was my little baker this summer. If she had it her way, she would have made cupcakes every day, but, being the non-consenting mother that I am, she got to make them twice.
After our less-than-successful trial run camping trip, we decided a one-nighter was all we could take in the mountains, but we were determined to get at least one camping trip in this summer (and we did....just one :)
Here are the kids' obligatory pre-camping, clean-faced pictures.
And all the fun we could squeeze into two days and one night.
Oh, I forgot to mention that we even convinced Jason and Kristine and family to join us on their first camping trip EVER!
Looks like one night was plenty for these crazies.
And finally, last summer we started our 100 Miles of Summer goal. This year, we CRUSHED IT!!! We started where we left off, at 47, and we got our 100 miles before June was done!! All that bike-riding around the new neighborhood paid off! To celebrate, we went to Jump Time, and a dinner-movie theater. I am so proud of these kids.