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Esme was non plussed by the special City Council meeting tonight. But she stuck it out like a trooper.
When your kid longs to make sneaker wings and then you find a pair for $1 and she wears them to the skate park. This is what my parenting dreams are made of.
A small note, left on the cutting board by our smallest family member, in case I have any questions on how to make her pb&j.
Even though my birthday is long past, I have left these lovely cards out on display. They were a reminder of spring in January, and continue to be uplifting in these rainy days of March.
In an attempt to move the dance gear from our living space, I quickly rigged up this little dance station in the attic. It has places for for shoes (current and ‘to grow into’), dance bags, leotards, tights, hair and makeup, and costumes. It’s not pretty, but it is all in one space, and for now I like it!
It was a two library kind of day today. Caught this snap of Catherine on third floor of the Cambridge library this afternoon. She’s just getting a few pages read in between Pokemon battles.
Esme and I played a great game of Doctor Who Monopoly today. I was especially glad to see that I was finally being recognized for my scientific expertise, rather than by looks alone!
Over the years we have had varying levels of success when it comes to growing our own food. Weather, travel, sporadic interest and rabbits have all wreaked havoc with our attempts. The girls have both shown renewed interest in growing the things they like, both veggies and flowers, and today they planted seeds on a heavy duty plant caddy. With any luck, this time everything with be in our favor and we’ll have a little harvest come the end of summer.
Visited friends for a play date, came home with a dozen eggs.
Esme calls the green ones “Martian Eggs.”