Friday, August 23, 2013

Fun Summer

Happy Friday all! We are having a great week here full of pirate parties, gymnastics, swimming, park play dates and more! I'm so behind on posting pictures so here is a quick look at some of the fun we've been up to in our new home!



Our first day in the corporate apartment. Isla said, "This is where we live now!"



On Saturdays we bike into the cutest little town for crepes and eggs benedict. They have a left handers theme and annual festival!



had a serious handful o' Teagan's locks. Tea was all tears and cried, "I was jussssst playing a game with her!!" I asked what the game was. Hit the Bird. Guess who the bird was? 


Hiking the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with dad!


Kade, Teagan and Isla exploring our new home together! Poor Tea added five more scrapes in addition to rolling down the mountain with me a few days ago! Poor girl got her mom's coordination to be sure:)!


These two have missed each other so much! We just may have them talked into moving here...to be continued. 


Happy girls exhausted from adventures!


Teagan was super excited to pick her own flowers at a local farm. She also picked out yummy peaches, tomatoes, and cucumbers. The sweet farmers gave us some of their famous sweet corn to sample as well. There is a huge farm to table influence here and we are loving it!



Catching her first fish at the amazing children's museum!


Teagan was all about tending to her felt veggie garden! We spent 4 hours at the museum and could have stayed longer!



It's a triple espresso kinda day with this monkey up at 5 am excited about mommy painting her baby toes! How could I say no? Love you sweet Isla!

Next week we are off to new digs in the form of a rental house. The landlords are awesome and letting us go month-to-month. We pray our house in the Carolinas sells so we can start concentrating on a home here!

What are you up to this weekend? Thanks for sharing these days with us! Hugs from Brian, Michelle, Teagan and Isla!

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