Wow, we've been busy. No wonder I'm a cross between excited and tired. Here's a rundown of our recent activities.
Nothing like a game of Chase Daddy Around the Driveway with a floppy 4-foot sapling to start a morning off with giggles.
"Tickle tickle, Daddy!!"
Running running running!
Eva's school hosted a Special Olympics Play Date for the littler kids. Eva is dancing to music at the Scarf Station; in her happy place.
Another station involved throwing a Nerf football to hit the targets on the wall. Eva has a great arm and hit every target from several feet away. Yay, Eva!
Eva and her good friend, Colin, enjoy some time in a park by our house.
Eva finished another session of gymnastics. She is playing hide-and-seek with me after the class' final performance.
There are often chair cushions and pillows on the floor as Eva constructs her own gym at home. She is practicing a somersault here. Going up...
...and over! Whee!
Every year, we try to get to Seattle for the Folklife Festival. Lots of music and lots of people to watch. And, of course, the massive fountain at the Seattle Center (that doesn't look so big from this perspective, but look closely at the size of the people in the background).
The NW Junior Pipe Band performed. They recently went to a worldwide pipe band competition in Scotland and placed fifth!
Eva cheers, "YAY BAGPIPES!!" She lives and dreams bagpipes.
But she also enjoys dancing and grooving to a stand up bass and fiddle duo. One of the many many musicians Eva stopped to listen to (and talk to and smile and applaud).
Just hanging out in the play set at home, being happy and silly.
Happy Spring, Everyone!!