So the problem with not blogging for three months is that I have no idea where to begin again. So... rather than try to figure out where to begin, I'm just going to dump a whole bunch of photos on you with minimal explanation. So without further ado, I present you with the end of May, and all of June!
Proof that I occasionally do my girls' hair. (Also, they love it when I make them homemade McDonald's... ha.
Helping Dad make cinnamon rolls...
Cailin wanted to be just like Breanne and do the puzzle on the back of the cereal box.
Pretty pretty girl.
See the admiration in their faces? She can BLOW UP A BALLOON BY HERSELF!
Cailin was not a fan of the merry-go-round at the beginning of the summer.
She did, however, love the super chocolately brownie. So did I, not gonna lie.
Cailin started drawing our family! Prodigy!
Cailin and I also got to spend some quality time together when Cory took the two older girls on a father-daughter campout (didn't take Cailin because none of us have ever been camping together... gotta start slow). Yay for chocolate pancakes!
Post-swim nap... with backpack, sans clothes.
More post-swim napping...
And even more!
There was this robot that wanted to help me with my laundry one day... :)
Watching the other girls swim...
Bathing suit beauty
I don't even know where to begin... ha!
One of my favorite random things I've found that my children left...
The day after we got home super late from one of our vacations, Cailin fell asleep in the car on the way to swim lessons... and slept through the transfer to the pool chair, and through an hour of swim lessons. Must've been exhausted, poor thing.
2 skirts, a leotard, a t-shirt, a leg/arm warmer, a glove, and a hat. Need I say more?
Library puppet shows are fun!
And that takes us mostly through June, though there is still a great vacation to Oregon I want to post in more detail about, and I'd like to post about Breanne's last days of kindergarten.
We had a lot of fun in the early summer, with 3 weeks of swim lessons for the big girls, a (quick!) vacation, and a lot of playing around the house and yummy food. Love my girls, and loved this last summer!