I hope I don't bore you to death of our park pictures, but it's been so long since we could actually enjoy being outside it's all we've been doing. It's been so nice outside, I hope it only gets better from here.
They all 3 enjoy the swings.
The shadow that was cast while I was walking with Lillie
Elliott with his stick. Boys... have to play with sticks!
Lillie thinks she ought to be just like them.
Jack wanted to wear the red hat today. It's Freddy T's and its a fitted hat, so it's too big for Jack but he wanted this one, no other would do.
I tried to get Jack to come over to the slide so he could go down with Lillie and Elliott. He was not interested in making his way over, or was taking too long, so Elliott just turned around and did it himself. I could not believe it! Lillie would not try it on her own.
I wore a hat to the park today. Lillie and Elliott were speechless when they first saw me in it.
There was a little boy at the play ground today. He was around Jack's age. He was bilingual but the lady that was with him spoke only Spanish. I never figured out if she was his mom or nanny. Anyway, he was mean. He wanted to play with the balls Jack brought but would not share the ball that was found on the playground. Jack did not understand and it hurt his feelings. I tried to explain to him that he shares but some kids don't. He said, "I'll go ask again nicely." He did, but the kid took off, out of the playground and onto the soccer field across the sidewalk and ran onto it in the middle of recess/PE for the middle and high school students that were on it. He went to the very far corner and "hid". The lady had to go chase after him. So hard to see your kid in a hard situation. I know in the big picture that was not hard, but for a 3 year old, it was tough!
Here are a few pictures from our past week.
Jack said his feet were cold before he took his nap and he needed Daddy's socks to warm them up.