The Small Things

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I love looking through our random pictures and choosing the ones that capture our everyday life!4 small

May was spent with Cayden practicing his ripstick… a lot!

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We get bored on Sundays.

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Boredom sometimes leads to huge creations!

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Dylan likes to scooter everywhere with two scooters. I don’t know how he balances!  It looks like he’s skiing! This day he took it one step further and added a box. I call it his chariot!

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The problem? There is not a horse to pull his chariot around. The other problem? It’s hard to steer.

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This leads his second creation. The wagon fixes the steering problem. He asked me if we had an extra lawn mower engine to solve the power problem. Sorry, we’re fresh out of engines 🙂

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He solved the power problem by making a deal with Jackson. Jackson pushes Dylan around the block, and then Dylan pushes Jackson around the block. The person in the wagon gets the important job of steering. They did this all afternoon!

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Chalk is serious business at our house!

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Very serious…

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Chalk can be a whole-body mess.

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Inquiring minds want to know- how did she do this?!

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We are not afraid to mix our seasonal clothing.

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We had our monthly play date with Kim and her girls! The hill was as much fun as the playground 🙂

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There was an award’s ceremony at the end of the school year and the music teacher asked  Ashlyn to play the piano. I came to watch her play, but was surprised to see her get called up four times for different awards!

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Service club, presidential fitness, mile run and she tied for 2nd place (out of all of the 6th grade girls) for the long jump!

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Ashlyn did a great job playing her favorite song, “Pirates of the Carribbean!”

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