My youngest son turned 3 this week. He got some fun sand box toys, a butterfly net, and some counting/patterning bears that he calls “gummy bears!”
We spent Fourth of July week at my in-laws’ lake house in Wisconsin. The kids had a great time playing with cousins, eating potato salad, canoeing, etc.
We also had some time to spend crafting. My oldest daughter did all the women’s and girls’ nails.
A friend from church make these beautiful cookies as a fundraiser for an Oklahoma mission trip. We hope she’ll hold a class for us so we can learn how to make them!
All the kids had a great time decorating shirts. We did the Sharpie/ spray with rubbing alcohol method. Here’s a tip–don’t spray too much rubbing alcohol. It will bleed more than you think it will. :)
And hair bows! We learned how to do this from Kleinworth and Co. Easy and fun!
We had a great time on a boat ride.
3 generations, including my handsome hubby!
The Fourth of July parade. The second picture is of the t-shirt my niece did. She is an artist, obviously!
The parade we go to is on an Indian reservation. I thought this second picture was funny–he was begging for candy to be thrown to him!
Please go to yesterday’s post and place an order for Lilla Rose. These will make a great present for your daughter or granddaughter (or yourself!).
I am exercising again, doing a T-Tapp Challenge for the next 6 weeks to see if I can lose the last 10 pounds. I want to wear the rest of my clothes and my wedding ring! I did the Basic Workout instructional yesterday and today and will do Basic Workout Tempo for the next two days. I’ll then exercise every other day, using Tempo, Step Away the Inches, or maybe something new like the Total Workout or Ladybug!
And, finally, look at what I scored this week at the Back-to-School sales. All this for less than $12 (at Staples.) :)
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