Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Last Week of May

We started the week out with big celebrations...well not really big but celebrating both Tim's birthday and Memorial Day! Tim had to work Sunday night 6pm-7am so he needed to sleep most of Monday. But he woke up to go to a BBQ/pool party with some friends and then again in the evening to open presents and enjoy his traditional ice cream cake! I felt a little bad not getting to do more or make his birthday a bigger deal. But I guess that's just life as a grown up and life as a busy resident. We sure love him though and loved getting to celebrate him a little bit!





The girls were so excited about the new camping pads that Tim got for his birthday...they had a little sleepover on their floor to break them in.

Tuesday morning we headed to the collision repair shop to turn over our van. Our car insurance covers the cost of a rental car but only up to $35 dollars a day which apparently isn't enough for a van. We didn't want to pay the difference and figured a full size car would be fine. But turns out they were out of full size cars but "upgraded me" to a Fiat...yeah one of those tiny cars. We were able to get all 3 car seats/boosters in so I went with it. Although getting the kids in and out is a royal pain. But we made it work and it was a cute car to drive around for the week.
Crossing activities off our Summer bucket list...Dollar Store fun!

Squeezing into the backseat






Lots of swimming at the pool, playing in the backyard kiddie pool and water table and lots of popsicles this week!






We also met with our friends at the American girl doll store! 





We of course stopped and got our free doughnuts for National Doughnut Day!

Then, Thursday we had the epic lemonade stand! I love how much the girls love doing this. We live in a really quite neighborhood with very little traffic. So we end up doing it by the pool around 4:45-5:45 so we can catch people as the come in from work. We last minute decided we better do it this week because it's only getting hotter! It was a total success. We had 17 customers and made $15!!!




Monthly Home Depot Kids Workshop. I'm not so sure I'm going to be able to keep Henry in the stroller much longer. 

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