Things have been happ, happ, happenin' around these parts. I rarely photograph or document the fun anymore, it seems. For the sake of looking back on this twenty years from now, it's time to play catch up! Nora mastered the monkey bars a few weeks ago and now we can't get her to come down from them. She monkeys around as often as she can.
This sport (basketball) has already ended. We had a fun season and the boys learned a lot more about passing and passing before shooting. Ezra learned to loooooook down court and pass to your open man before the D has a chance to get down there. It was fun to watch the boys develop. During several games it looked like real basketball!
Yep, kid pitch this year. Scary! No more machines.
The kids had their spring concert. Thankfully the 1st and 2nd graders perform together--that means one busy night instead of two. It was fun to see them enjoy singing.
And last week as one last final blast of spring break fun, we ventured down to the Pacific Science Center. Henry loved the butterfly house. He didn't know where to look--so many colorful flying things. A few flew right for his face and that really startled him. I wish that I could handle video taping while holding him, because I would have loved to watch his face again and again. I could have stayed in that exhibit all day just watching him. However, my girls get hot easily and the 85 degrees was bothering them after just a few minutes.
Until next time, folks!