June is almost over and one of my many summer plans was to blog more, but I am a slow learner when it comes to life and time with a toddler!
Our precious mess has been on the go. We have had some really tough challenges in this stage and a whole lot of fun. It's like I always say: parenting is just intense. It's intense highs and intense lows - it's everything, intensified. Because you're dealing with a person!
Per usual, my photo situation is hard to access because of computer overload issues. I'll include what I can get to.
We've had a magical Boerne summer so far. We've hit up Longhorn, Jonah danced till he dropped at the German band concert, we ate gourmet popcorn and watched The Lego Movie in the park, we've been to the pool every day we've been here and it's open (and not storming), we've ruined and fixed one car in the heavy rains we've had, are group swim class drop outs and semi-private lesson victors, said goodbye to dear friends, we've been to McKenna Children's Museum, the La Cantera playground, Chik Fil A, and lots of Library days, we've read, read, read, blown 1.4 million bubbles, patted 19 dogs, counted 17 windmills (and watched the DVD about them an equal number of times), thrown 72.5 two-year-old size tantrums, discovered the joy of a flashlight, eaten frozen yogurt, had an absolute blast visiting the "beesh" with Oma and Opa, (I) listened to a great audio book from the library, made plans to write a book about how life is (probably) still worth living without wood floors, and, lest you have been living under a rock and think teachers don't do anything in the summer, done some school work.