We did some things. Isaac built a fort in the backyard. He is obsessed with forts. They are never done. And he always requests more wood. And nails. I always have a hard time breaking it to him that's not going to happen.
Isaac has been doing a six-week soccer course. Mostly drills and lessons. He has liked it. the course is for 3-5 year olds but I still feel like Isaac is still a little young. But he has had fun anyway.
I laugh when he dribbles. He goes so slow to make sure he can keep with it.
Controlling the ball. Even James now steps on the ball and says, "control!"
The helper girl was calling Isaac "batman" when he did these crazy jumps.
It is slightly stressful to entertain James while at soccer. He usually wants to bounce a ball in the lobby, which I feel is super annoying to the poor desk workers. This day he was content with trains.
He never wants me to take a picture but then he always wants to see it after.
We have some new neighbors that Isaac and James love to play with. It doesn't hurt that they have some great wooden trains. James loves their baby. When they came over and the mom put a blanket down for the baby, the other kids swarmed.
James makes a great pout.
Always riding bikes. We traded Isaac's bigger bike for something smaller. He hated his 14" inch bike so we sold it on craigslist for enough money to buy a 12" one instead. Immediately he was cruising around. I feel bad we bought him a bigger bike for Christmas. Oh well, now he's happy, seven months later.
We went peach picking at Eckert's. It was such a nice day and we bought an enormous quantity, which took us two weeks to eat.
There were blackberries too but we didn't get enough to buy--we just ate them. yum.
Another pout for you.
What a beautiful day.