This summer has started off very wet. It's one of the rainiest summers I can remember in a long time! We've been doing a lot of art on our down time. One day, I left the girls alone for a few minutes with watercolors. When I came back, I got a glimpse of Tessa's future. I won't be surprised if she gets a sleeve of tattoos like this one she designed on her arm!
The only way Kyle could get all of us girls excited about a baseball game is by taking us to "Princess Night" at the Cougar's game. Unfortunately, it rained A LOT and delayed the game a few hours. Because of that, the girls didn't get to participate in the princess parade or see a firework show at the end. It was still a fun game, though. Kyri caught a foam ball, so she was happy! And the girls got Dippin' Dots, so that's always a big hit!
My mom and I took the girls to Brookfield Zoo on a beautiful breezy day. Kyri's favorite part was the dinosaur exhibit. Tessa wasn't so sure at first. She put her leopard blankie over her face for a while to hide from the scary dinos. Eventually, she was able to look at them. : )
Our little paleontologist hard at work.
A few days later, we went to pretty farm with a giant fairy garden. Sue and Kailey told us about this great place, and we all met there on a rainy Thursday morning. At first it was cold and sloppy, but luckily, the rain cleared after our picnic lunch, and the girls (plus Grady) had a lot of fun in this little tent full of fairy activities.