Lately we have been trying to keep a low profile. Mike and I are focusing on something right now that is taking alot of focus. But all work and not play....makes us grumpy so today we packed it with fun-to-fun all day.
Morning: Neighborhood Kids Bike Parade. This was so much fun and I'm so glad that we woke up in time to participate. All the kids from our ward and neighborhood all met to decorate their bikes/scooters/trikes. There was a route that the kids took around the neighborhood so they can show off their awesome rides.
Lily didn't want anyone to see her riding her bike.
Hailey- she had so much fun until the parade started. Mason and her were out of sight with all the other kids so Mike and I took the short cut to get to the finish line which was the park. But this bonehead mom didn't think to tell her about my lazy short cut so she stopped and started to freak-out since she didn't see us. But I feel so blessed to know such amazing people in our neighborhood that her Primary President that helped her get to the finish line. Let me just say this mom got a well deserved ear full from this 5 year old.
But it was so fun to watch everyone especially our kids since this is their 1st year doing the parade.
A quick trip to the library where our kids got stickers from their bookmarks. So here's Mike accessorizing his glasses.
After Naptime: (a whole other time group)
We went to Willard Bay. This is our favorite water place.....so far......that has all that we want. Shade, low crowds, soft bay floors and no bird poop (a California thing)
We had so much fun playing in the water.
We stood their for a few hours but Mike had a great idea. Leave 1 hour before bedtime to ensure no one will fall asleep in the van. (mostly since I wanted to stay longer but we tend to 99% of the time end up with kids falling asleep in the van but can't get back to sleep when we get home) But his idea worked; everyone stood awake during the drive home. So right when we got home everyone changed their clothes and they were out like a light within minutes! Such a great idea! It was a nice change coming from no pace to low pace.