|Aftermath of a fort sleepover. They were warned of collapsing books and blankets ahead of time. Obviously they were not concerned.|
Sunday, Erin and Tim joined us for brunch. We quietly celebrated Greg with Black Rifle Coffee and Double Oaked Woodford. Gone are the days of hand drawn ties and macaroni necklaces. He appreciated that season as much though.
|Someone thinks the air track is an awesome dog bed and no one has been able to convince her otherwise.|
|This knucklehead started feeling better over the weekend but still wasn't fully her ornery self for a few more days. It was; however, good to see a lot of her spirit shining through the sleepiness.|
Monday the boy who was suddenly campaigning for a pet spider (we are going with a firm no on this) got a needed haircut. The quarantine hair was out of control.
|He has always napped on car rides. He has always pulled a blanket over his head to nap. I still find both endearing.|
|This "tree" had the giggles.....|
|Because this "tree" claimed to be a zombie tree, rarely located in the wild.|
|Someone was confused as to why people were jumping on her new bed until she joined the fun. Oh Layla.|
Wednesday we were all reunited at home, with Kate's return from her camping trip and our lengthy drive from Dayton in time to get her back to the orthodontist for another bracket and chain repair. I am so glad we tackled these braces before the new school year given how many issues she's had. Layla discovered her bed was for jumping and Ty was invited fishing with Makenna and the kids she babysits this summer.
|Timehop made me swoon this week. Look at our little Kate Bug!|
|Ugh! And baby Ty too!|
Thursday we ran several errands and spent some time with Erin who wanted accompaniment to her post op appointment. She is in the clear for three months until her next screening and overjoyed at the freedom to resume swimming, as she has lake plans in the near future. As I presented our case for involving additional physicians in her care, her amazing doctor quickly agreed and let me know I had not in the least offended her by my request because "Erin is (my) whole world". Before I could process the statement, Erin quipped, "actually, I'm 20% of her whole world". We agreed that percentage is based on a sliding scale because we like to keep it real around here.
Ty landed this flip several times before I thought to record it for him. And then of course he didn't. But he is pretty excited none the less.
Tonight friends joined us for dinner. They provided the entertainment with a Disney sing along we all loved.....