Project 365 - Week 8 (May 20-26)

Cheyenne's last day of school was on Friday. Lyla is so happy that school is out. She misses her big sister so much when she is gone. Cheyenne was a little sad because she was going to miss all of her friends, but she quickly got over it once we started in on all the summer fun! They started the summer off by making wishes on flowers, playing on the swing set, splashing in the sprinkler, oh and we got our first cutting of hay done at home. This was also the first time the new round baler was used. With the way this first week started out, I can already tell we are going to have an amazingly fun summer!

Day 50/365 "Wish"

The dandelions that have been here all spring are becoming less abundant. She found this big beautiful one and was so excited. She was wishing that her big sister would hurry home from her last day of school.

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Day 51/365 "First"

Of course we had to get his picture with his first round bale!

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Day 52/365 "Officially 5"

May 22nd was her real day of birth. Though she already had the big party, she still deserves cake on her real birthday, too! It is our tradition to have Little Caesars Pizza and a delicious Dairy Queen ice cream cake! Yummmm

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Day 53/365 "Hopscotch"

The first official outdoor game! I had to remind them how to play hopscotch, they seemed to have forgotten...ok or maybe I just wanted a turn!

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Day 54/365 "Bare Feet"

I love that summer means you don't always have to wear shoes.

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Day 55/365 "Honey Boy"

After a good splashing time in the sprinkler, he throws his towel over his shoulder and marches up the ramp for lunch. I love that he still has those baby curls.

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Day 56/365 "Sneaky Lebeaky"

Woke up and found Lyla snuck into our bed sometime early this morning.

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