June is always perfection around here and crazy, lots of crazy.
School is out, temperature’s are perfect, and we hit the ground running!
I decided this year no camps, no classes, no nothing. I got tempted so many times by STEM camps, drama class, robotics, lego camps, swim team…but I held strong and committed us to nothing (other than our normal 1 session of swim lessons).
Let me tell you it’s been heaven!!
Everyday is our own to do with whatever we want. And it’s been fun watching these kids just be so content to play with each other and not even needing friends around.
And it won’t be long until they aren’t perfectly content in the little bubble that we’ve created for them. So, I figure I get to be selfish for a little bit longer.
We started off summer like we do most years, with swim lessons.
Ruby decided just to participate the first few days, and she was adorable. And then I don’t know what happened and she refused. So, that was fun.
When we are in town you can find us at our favorite spots.
Of course hanging out in the neighborhood.
Miles can often be found hosting story time. He walks out the front door with a pile of bug books and yells “If you want to learn about bugs come over here” :)
Can’t forget the daily trips to Barbara’s for candy.
And it’s always a good day for Crew when Madden is in neighborhood.
Summer Movies at the Scera with The Brown’s and Tajen.
We made it through almost all of BYU’s planetarium show. What we saw was great, but not geared toward the 3 and under crowd.
Can’t forget our favorite weekend in Orem, Summerfest.
It was actually the least stressful carnival visit we’ve had. We are making progress.
I took M&M to the parade, which I always swear I will never go to again.
I’m sure I’ll be back next year.
Macey ran the mud run with the Emmie’s.
As you can see, she stayed the cleanest. She loved it though and we are thinking we’ll all do the 5k next year. We will see though, I hate committing to things. :)
We got to celebrate the awesome dad that Paul is.
And the kids nailed another group photo.
Ruby still keeps us on our toes, if you were wondering.
She’s just been running wild and loving having all the kids home to play with her.
Saddest part of the month for me was when Ruby slammed a door on my toe and I ended up loosing my entire toe nail.
It was quite painful, but I am happy to be able to wear shoes again and workout and hike without my toe hurting too much.
Some summer days are long and so very hot, but in the end you can’t beat lazy summer days hanging out with these 4.
Now onto July where I get the kids on a schedule and actually make them clean and read and I get the house back in order.