Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Summer Days

I wrote out a long post about how my husband ruined my summer because he hates having fun. Afterward, I decided to save you from my extra dose of negativity. Although, it did have a few interesting metaphors, such as the one comparing sanity to sand and my brain being Miami or something...

To entertain ourselves on these long summer days while David is working and studying, the boys and I have been going for walks, eating vegetables straight out of the garden, playing in the sandbox and kiddie pool, going to the Farmer's market, visiting the park, playing with friends, and we are apart of launching a Waldorf-inspired homeschool co-op that will be starting this Fall. It's been busy and fun!

Some photos of our times...

 Damon loves walks

 Double stroller = double fun

 Damon - 3.5 months
 Picking tomatoes

Yellow Pepper! (He ate the entire thing)

Proud of his gardening

I have often had to remind myself, "Good moms have sticky floors, dirty ovens, and happy kids [and a mimosa with lunch]." Only kidding, of course. ; )

8 comments:

Janine said...

Looks like a beautiful Summer is being enjoyed by those sweet treasures of yours! What gorgeous pictures.

Carly Anne said...

Your little ones are totally adorable. And, the home-school co-op sounds interesting - I hope to hear more about it!

skye @ neathering our fest said...

Such precious little boys! :)

Shannon Drury said...

OMG, that baby smile! If I had one of those, I would let the damned house fall in around me. I actually think I felt an ovary twitch...

Happy summer!

Stephanie said...

What cuties you guys have!

Joy said...

This may be the cutest post ever!! I'm on cuteness overload!! LOVE IT!!

Christy said...

My goodness are those boys so sweet.

Oh to have a garden. I'm quite envious. Lucky you to enjoy fresh produce that you know exactly how it was grown.

Hope you are enjoying your summer.

michelle said...

These are the sweetest little faces!! They look so happy! :) It looks like you are having a good summer with the boys, so many memories to hold on to. :)
xoxo