We canceled all showings and declined any new ones and instead, opted to do something we haven't done in several months- whatever we felt like doing.
We kicked things off on Saturday morning by giving Beatrice Kate eggs (for the first time in her life) for breakfast:
|What is this crap?|
|Undecided on this for now.|
|Try to control yourself, Casey.|
But, I digress. The books were priced at $1 and $2, so I knew we could be a while. So, like the
|Spinners not an option on this model|
|Uh, I am sooooo over this. Onward, minion.|
|I don't know. Maybe he was blind?|
Anyway, the weather this weekend was out-of-this-world amazing. A little windy, but for February, it was outstanding. So, after the book sale, we opened all our doors and windows and Casey and Bea played on the deck for the rest of the afternoon. I'm pretty sure that now, as if the banjo and guitar and harmonica practicing weren't enough, our neighbors officially hate our family, because Casey also used that time to brush up on his fiddlin' skillz.
Sunday, we met our friends Cindi and Mark at Pullen Park (which needs to get a move on their renovations, please), and their daugther Livvy. It was so gloriously nice out, that we used the afternoon to take the girls on a picnic! Cindi and I had the same original due date, so Livvy is a nice way to see how Bea "measures up" developmentally for her corrected age:
|Yep, looks like she's caught up.|
|Oh, hey Livvy. I have a hat like that too! How neat!|
|Wait. Is that? Hey, that's my hat!|
|What a ham.|