Spring is fighting to make it's presence known here in the good old Midwest! It hasn't been too warm for spring break but today we finally reached 40 and that was good enough for all the neighborhood kids to come out and play!
Monday it was sunny and we spent a little time outside, too.
Eliana begs to go outside like a puppy! I really wish we had a nice backyard so it would be easier than hanging out on the sidewalk!
She was so happy with her bike and can peddle very well now:)
Samuel was "helping" her for a few minutes. Good old big brother torture:)
The boss giving me directions!
Little Miss Boss also organized some races:) She saw the big kid races and she wanted to take part, too! She waited until everyone was lined up...
Then she would take off and they would pretend they couldn't catch her! So cute..
Poor Z just wasn't feeling up to racing. It's taken him a long time to get over this virus. He is doing much better today and played outside for a long time, which I was happy to see!
But not so much on Monday. He still needed some rest and early bedtimes.
He also does NOT cooperate with pictures these days. Grrr!
Finally got a little shot of that cute face! His cough kept Samuel awake the past few nights so he would go to sleep in our room and then we'd carry him back into his room when we went to bed. Tonight's the first night we haven't had to do that!
She doesn't know any tricks but she's pretty cute:)
She saw I was taking pictures and ripped off the hat but I snuck in a picture just in time! I hope she doesn't start taking after her brothers and refuse to take pictures!
The boys have really been into Legos this week, especially Samuel! I've barely been able to get S to come down for dinner because he is so involved in building his creations. Samuel is a stick to the directions kind of builder 90% of the time and Zakkai is the opposite, mostly an inventive builder! Today Samuel said, "Mommy, I think that Legos are even better toys than matchbox cars." I said, "Yeah, you're right, Samuel. They are actually some of my very favorite toys!" He then wanted to know if I played with them when I was little, too:) He was a little surprised to find out there weren't pink Legos back then!
Things have changed a lot since I was little, that's for sure!