Posted in June 2016

Spring into Summer

Spring into Summer

We took the girls to “Day Out with Thomas” this spring with my parents. We rode the train, the rides, and the girls had their faces painted.  Willa is totally into trains and Thomas, so she was so excited.  When the train started moving, she was awe struck- a little unsure.  She just looked out the … Continue reading

Willa’s Big Show

Willa’s Big Show

Willa has been taking a gym class with me since early spring.  She loves going each week and looks forward to high-fives from her teacher, Mr. Dave!  She loves to swing on the bar, jump on the air mat, and even will go across the high balance beam… She loves to use the shakers and … Continue reading

Our Little Ballerina

Our Little Ballerina

Fiona started ballet in the fall and her class culminated with a recital this spring.  She practiced her little heart out (but, wouldn’t show us any of her recital moves, it was a surprise, hehe). She thoroughly enjoyed going to class each week (I did not enjoy the half hour it took us to get … Continue reading

Spring Blooms

Spring Blooms

Catch-up Post #3… Fun at home— planting grass, playing with Kota, riding bikes, playing in the fairy houses, walks around the block, Mother’s Day, and s’mores!   Out and About— Indoor playground, Old Lyme trips, c-o-l-d hikes, dentist, ballet, hikes with friends, playground, and farm =)    

Cat in The Hat Jr.

Cat in The Hat Jr.

Back in the spring, Willa picked up Cat in the Hat at bedtime and “read” it to me.  It shows how far she has come with her speech, and how far she has come even since then 😉 And her little voice, is just so cute!!! Funny, that this was the first book that Fi … Continue reading

Easter Rewind

Easter Rewind

  I’m so far behind- pics will have to do…  We had tons of fun, did so many “Easter related” activities—one of their favorites was decorating paper eggs with stamps, tissue paper, and GLITTER… The Easter bunny brought personalized superhero costumes from their new favorite TV show- PJ masks… Fi likes to be Owellete, and … Continue reading