I was put in charge at some point during our visit of the Sand Dunes Arch to hold Thomas’ Lego Hero. Well, I was taking pictures of Molly and put him in this tree for a minute.
Thom thought it was funny and perfect for a photo op.
Thomas? Not so much.
Off to Moab, Utah for the Easter Jeep Safari. Hope to be taking some scenic pictures, with the kids of course. 😉
Thomas is OBSESSED with the Lego Hero Factory. He’s constructing them 100% solo.
Truth be told, I’m a little obsessed with watching him put them together solo. That boy gets bigger every day.
Thomas turned 6 today. While cutting his cake he decided to wish for…
wait for it…
Ah, the simple joys of life.
Behind Spidertrax a couple horses live. Molly loves to watch them.
Today, I caught a picture.
Today Molly decided that she needed her umbrella outside to shield her from getting too much sun. The pink glow suits her well.
She’s such a princess.
Usually when we head to the park Marcus stays in my sling except for the occasional swing ride, but not today.
The kids were having tons of fun on the slide and Marcus decided he wanted in.
He scaled the steps (all 6 of them) and went down the slide head first, laughing all the way down.
Immediately after, he went running back for the stairs.
Someone hold me.
Who says Tuesdays are boring?
Molly and Marcus took a cute picture inspiring bath. (Here’s Marcus for proof he was there too, lol)
Then, in a not so fun change of mood, Thomas got Molly’s ring stuck on his finger.
Like, REALLY STUCK.
As in, so stuck I had to call in for Daddy reinforcements.
Daddy and his wire cutters saved the afternoon.
While Thomas was awaiting the arrival of Daddy, upset about not being able to get the ring off, and to distract him from the increasing swelling of his finger, I decided it was as good a time as any to make him an angry bird for his birthday.
That silly thing kept him from freaking out.
I bought some workbooks for a steal at Sam’s Club when we tagged along with my parents one day.
They are hands down their favorite thing to do lately. Every day they come to me and ask me to help them do their books.
Gotta love learning.