This last week was a heat filled fun one! Spilled flowers, car washing, bike riding, tree climbing, story reading, tie wearing and backpack wearing kind of fun!
Monday happened to be one of those moments you get embarrassed by a little thing from your kid. Norah and I went with Cameron to his eye appt. and she was having a blast running around the waiting room, waving at people and just being her typical Norah self. She also spotted a potted flower next to the magazines. Cameron and I didn’t think much of it because she always “smells” the flowers. Well she tipped the whole pot over and dirt/soil went flying. Cameron and I just looked at each other. That was the moment. What do you do? I felt like running and leaving Cameron to take care of the mess. But am I sure glad Norah is so vocal to start pointing to the mess and saying uh-oh that before we knew it a receptionist had walked over to us to help us clean up the mess. It was all taken care of and no one was hurt. Funny that we felt so embarrassed when it happened and it was just a spilled flower pot. I can only imagine how many more of these moments are going to happen with our wild child!
Then we can home and put Norah to work washing the car. Of course she loved this. Cameron did too. I see many car washes this summer!
Norah has also become a tree climber. As most of you know Norah likes to hang out in front of neighbor Brett’s house. She likes the pink flamingos he has out front and the ledge on the sidewalk she has to step down. Well we found yet another reason. She was so proud of her tree climbing skills. Also notice her outfit picking out abilities.
Here are some pictures of the rest of the week and weekend!
Hope you all enjoy your week. Cameron is also getting Lasik done this week so happy thoughts and prayers for him on Thursday (and if you also want to pray Norah doesn’t spill another flower pot that would be fine too)!
This week story time for Norah we will be reading Five Little Monkeys. Because this happened this morning while she was jumping around on our bed.
Until next time!