A few weeks ago Chad took Laura while he got a few routine maintenance things done on the car. While they were waiting they walked around and stumbled on a car show. Laura was totally spoiled with yummy food and treats. She loves running errands with dad now. :)
So excited by her sno cone that she couldn't look at the camera.
Sno cone and balloon animal (which very shortly afterwards popped).
Grace has gotten really good at hearing the bath water running wherever she is in the house. When she hears it, she goes running (or crawling...). Forget the fact that she had just gotten out of her own bath, she had to investigate Cayden's in hopes that she'd be able to get in.
Chad was quite proud that Gracie was so interested in watching the RC cars. All I can say is, poor baby. Poor, poor baby.
Cayden spends several hours each day building with Legos. I love that it keeps him busy and entertained (and let's be honest, out of my hair!). He gets pretty creative in what he builds. I really like what he build here, our family; mom, dad, Cayden, Laura, and baby Grace in a stroller.
Between the pool at our complex and the one on Grandma's and Grandpa's deck the kids have done tons of swimming. They love it and literally would go every day if I'd let them!
Cayden only took two, one week long sessions of swimming lessons, but has already shown a huge improvement in his confidence in the water.
Really, really cold water. Love everyone's face in this picture. Especially mom's.
Grandma bought a special little baby pool just for Grace. Put an inch or two of water in it with some toys and this girl is in heaven. Love the giggles and look of pure enjoyment on her face.
Loving the baby pool even though it was getting a little bit cold.
Don't forget the ice cream. I think my kids have eaten their body weight in ice cream several times over this summer. This was Gracie's first time having her own ice cream cone. She ate nearly all of it except for the last bite or two.