After we were all home from church it was back yard time!
It worked out so so nicely that they have such a radical back yard with lots of shade, amazing grass, and a huge trampoline!
Simon let me hold him…while he ate strawberries.
He did it again…slowing down the steps.
It was time for Simon to take another nap and the kids were excited to read a book to Simon.
THEN Grandma Janet made dinner! We had potatoes, brisket,
After dinner (which was at 2:00) we had a go at the Chi Machine…
It was only a little awkward.
The kids playing with regular Legos. BUT we realized that it was it was a bad idea with baby Simon.
Amazingly-Janet had a HUGE bucket of Duplo bricks! So the kids were busy forever.
We headed out to the yard for some hammock time.
Simon refused to nap, so we hit the road to check out more of what Boise had to offer.
The Litster boys.
Simon passed out the minute we got into the car.
We went to another park on the green belt.
We went and saw “the wave” which is a cool thing the city made on the river for people to use
We stood on the observation area and watched for a while.
Simon woke up, and he and Chelsea and Mom arrived.
Simon was in a GREAT mood.
We went down the trail a bit to get a little closer to the water.
Some great pics of these sweethearts.
Pipkin-Litsters in red shoes.
I just love these guys.
We went next to the place the kids were calling the “parcore” park.
Simon’s not tired at all.