"january, february, march and april, may and june and july . . ."
july? how in the world is july already gone?
i definitely didn't fill my days with blogging . . .
or sewing . . .
i wish i had. here are a few things i did in may before preschool was out. i made my niece (yes, i am an aunt now-that happened this summer, too) a matching bird burp cloth.
. . . and a couple of t-shirts for miller.
while my days were not filled with sewing, they must have been full of something for someone to sleep like this:
and, yes, he still loves cookie. that day, we found cookie "underpants" and cookie cookies at the walmart.
no little boy's summer days are complete without creepy crawlies like frogs . . .
and caterpillars. especially weird white ones.
we did make it to the sprinkler park one day, but we didn't get wet. instead, carter blew bubbles, miller filled buckets with water and they crossed the monkey bars over and over again until mommy's arms felt like jello.
and, at some point, the poor middle kid decided to find his own space away from his sisters in the corner behind the chair with cheez-its and his cookie baby toy. or, maybe he just did it so no one would eat his cheez-its. that might be me if it weren't for these:
tomato and mayonnaise sandwiches. one of my summer time favorites. so yummy.
especially with ripley homegrown tomatoes.
and, look who else gets to eat! we finally squeezed solid foods into our daily schedule. while her bib is definitely distracting, as is her thumb, she likes food more and more and it helps keep her rolls abundant. and abundant they are. you just have to squeeze them!