Weekending June 22-26th

Another week marked off the calendar.The days have been warm...some quite hot. On the hot days, I try to keep the kids hydrated as much as possible. I also have to  force fight with them to go inside for a hit of rest - it's not easy, but at least I don't have to deal with winter gear.

We had a busy week. I didn't take any pictures of painting day, because we had a guest, but the kids were very creative. There was some water play, but didn't capture that either. We also nixed the bush-walking due to our picnic adventure. Soup day and pizza Friday were pretty uneventful. That's a good thing, because it means they just want to eat/enjoy their food :)
Oh, and we saw deer in the back (they were hanging out by my back gate). The kids were giddy with excitement, we I kept them in the yard. The closest thing I could grab was my phone...

 I am trying not to duplicate photos in the weekending report, so here are some links to some of our activities/my thoughts this week...
our picnic
in the garden 
sword fighing ruckus
some of their fave snacks
  1. the kids made me spicy noodles
  2. picnic in the park
  3. if you find a rock (rock collecting & storytime in the park)
  4. kitchen play
  5. bowling
  6. the sword man
  7. visual daily rhythm
  8. dirt (i love when kids get dirty)    
 Happy weekend!
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