Tuesday, April 7, 2009

spring break




This is Abbott's week of spring break (Cal's preschool break was last week). Alexi has to work, so we aren't traveling; we're enjoying some local activities. Today Abbott wrote out a schedule that prominently included "Fun". Check.

16 comments:

Purple Flowers said...

We should all have "fun" on our lists of things to do. Their innocence makes me smile. :0)

Debra said...

I'm glad your little guy has his priorities straight. Fun should be at the top of our lists!

Kim said...

have a wonderful week...looks like spring is in full force too! look forward to all the beautiful "fun" pictures!
xo

Tabiboo said...

Have a lovely week. The children here are on there Easter Break for the next two weeks so there is lots of 'Fun' going on everywhere.

Have a lovely time,

Nina x

Kwana said...

Love the ice pops. A bit of snow is predicted here today so we may all be ice pops!

Frau said...

Enjoy your break! I love popsicle pictures reminds me of summer.

Ina J Offret said...

Happy Spring Break and Easter too!! xoxo My ability to get on the internet is sporadic, but always send you my best wishes!!

KPiep said...

It's adorable when a child schedules 'fun,' but just plain SAD when I have to do it!

Enjoy Spring Break!

please sir said...

Ohh looks fun - I want to sit and eat ice cream!

Anna said...

the popsicle picture makes me feel like a kid again! all sticky and sugary and relaxing in the sun!

Ivy Lane said...

your photos are wonderful! I like the idea of a "Fun" schedule for the day!!

jane said...

These photos look like summer! They do look like they are having fun! Hope the sun lasts all week! :)

nicola said...

spring break here, too! our spring break looked like your photos yesterday. today? rainy and cold.
nicola
http://whichname.blogspot.com

Mary Smith said...

Hi! I just found your blog! It's wonderful and I love your photos!

Anna said...

Also!
RE: starting seeds inside vs. in the ground...
I talked to my friend Caitlin (who is on the farm) about that and it
sounded like you can do either. Their farm has done both. I'm just
going straight to the ground because it's easiest :) (at least for
this year). you have to add a lot of extra stuff to the soil if you do an inside start.

heidi said...

gorgeous pics!!! T-ball starts here in 2 weeks. Can't wait! xoh