Precious water

I CANNOT start this post without stating that water-play is important for me, and I think it is a must for the kids. On the other hand, I must confess that while I do not lecture your little ones on the importance of water conservation, we do talk A LOT about the importance of it, and all the ways that we use it.

Monday is washing aka water-play, but we don't always get to do that. Aside from the weather, there are other reasons for our lack of water napping/conflicts, and the time factor. 
This week I felt like a rock-star, and I have to thank Iman for that. 
Not only did we go fishing (more on that post later), we were able to get the little kids into the wading pool.

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