I have a lot of pictures to share, lots of things to catch up with, but first things first. This is what happens when you are to tired to deal with tired whiny children at dinner time, I didn't get a picture of the actual children playing in the mud. (I should have.) There was mud everywhere!!!!! (What was I thinking?)
Second, do you think her mom will be adverse to me bleaching the pink shirt? I did prerinse, see?
I just don't think the mud will come out.
Third, how do you get blackberry stains out of super cute (super expensive) gap pants?
In my defense how was I supposed to know she'd vehemently spit it out and wipe it on her pants?
Two year olds are soooo unpredictable!
Super L's first day of school was a couple of days ago. She didn't want me to take her to school, she wanted to ride the bus.
Here she is getting onto the bus. The shirt she is wearing is so cool!! She picked it out while school shopping with Grandma. I'm not sure if you can see it, but it has a horse on it.
Lastly we spent Labor Day at Ape Caves near Mt. Saint Helen. I was still struggling with migrianes, but luckily the 4-5 extra strength gel tylenol every couple of hours helped quite a bit. (Anyone know if you can overdose on tylenol, 'cause 1or 2 is just not going to work!)
So, look at this. Our friends had picnicked here before. Near the picnic area were lots of these little caves.
There was a cool little path that lead to this cool little cave that you could go down into and come out about 15 or so yards away. It was really dark! And a little scary. We all went through. Super S went through first and then Super A. I got in there and thought,"O MY GOSH I can't see a thing!!! There is no way I can crawl through here! And then I saw a little pen light. Super Dad was sitting toward the middle shining a little light and taking pictures of the kids as they went through.
(Sorry for the strange layout of pictures. I'm having a hard time figuring out how to get the pictures where I want them. I thought getting the pictures up at this moment was more important than getting it perfect.)