A ball bouncing outside is like the call of the wild to my boys.
Friday night, err Monday night lights.
Because it's dangerous when you can't see the ball, and not playing outside is not an option.
The tree is blocking my view of the Earth blocking my view of the moon. 🌙
Clinical trials starting this weekend.
Hahaha read the warnings in the video.
Super cool! Check out Every Kid in a Park. 4th graders get all access this year!
Lucky for me, I have a 4th grader, and I know LOTS of you do too!
"Can I go outside?"
"To complain about how hot it is, beg for popsicles, fill up waterguns, then come inside?"
"Ok, then sure."
We spotted more shapes in the landscaping rocks today-- A shark fin (or is it a big nose?), a shoe print, and *finally* a heart! I knew we weren't completely heartless :)
B-Boy begged me to take the training wheels off his bike (apparently he's 5 now, and that means he doesn't need them anymore). He lasted about 300 yards (with me running beside him holding on) before he was over the experience. Super. Guess we'll try again tomorrow, haha!
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