Sunday, June 30, 2013

See Ya Later Weekend!

     Our busy June weekends are all behind us and we survived! Baby showers, weddings, bridal showers, picnics, diaper parties....  All over now, it was busy but boy was it a blast!
     This weekend was particularly busy. We kicked off Friday with Froggie's check up followed by a family dinner at my in-laws since my Sister-in-law and her fiancé were in town for the weekend.

Froggie and Grandpa

     Saturday Hubby worked in the morning and it was pretty laid back at home. After nap time we headed out to friends of ours to a "Diaper Party" to have some fun and celebrate the upcoming arrival of their second daughter. Big Brother had lots of fun playing, hunting bugs and getting dirty. He even suckered my friend into having a sleep over. This was the first sleep over that was with a non-family member (though she's my best friend and Big Brother calls her an Aunt). She made the mistake of asking if he wanted to have a sleep over and he, in his strong willed 2 year old fashion, said yes and followed through. It apparently got a little hairy when he woke up VERY early this morning but he successfully stayed!

Picking on Hubby at the diaper party. 

Big Brother using his friend's bike - he had a blast.
Big brother at his sleepover.

     Today was my Sister-in-law's bridal shower. It was a busy day but lots of fun. It's always nice to see family. When we got home we set up our sandbox/swimming pool and the kids got to "swim" for a little bit. It was a nice way to relax and for the kids to keep cool and have fun. Froggie actually seemed to enjoy the pool this time instead of being shocked about it. This may have had something to do with the fact that I put lukewarm tap water in the pool instead of hose water.

Froggie and Aunt Amy
Sharing the "pool"

Big Brother decided Froggie needed some water on her head.

She liked him dumping water on her belly better. 

The munchkins.

Froggie out of the pool. 
     Today is also the last day of Healthy Hips Awareness Month. Tomorrow may begin a new month but it does not mean that we can just forget about the need to spread the word about Hip Dysplasia!


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