1. Last Friday we had a rare family lunch date. Alaina didn't have school, and Lee was working from home. And Lee had secured some free meals from Freddy's by way of a raffle win and a trade. So we took the girls out for lunch. It was delicious. Although girls who eat slow at home eat even slower at a restaurant where there are many many more things to look at.
2. Last Saturday was our final church family hike of the season. We hiked Mount Falcon, which is a really great hike near Denver. In fact, at the ruins you have a nice view of Denver. It was a beautiful day and the mountain smelled so good. My parents came with us, which was a huge help in keeping track of girls. I didn't get the best pictures, but the good Children's Ministry leaders did, so it all worked out.
3. Alaina had another eye check up this week. She's doing great. Her bad eye is right on the cusp of being 20/20, so the doctor wants us to patch for a couple of months to see if we can push it over the edge. She wears the patch at home for two hours, and needs to do things like dot to dot pages and color by number and hidden pictures to really train that eye to focus. Our patches consist of baby socks that slide over her glasses. It was a great idea, since I was just about to throw away a bunch of baby socks that were missing partners and that Bria is too big for anyway. Alaina complains most of the time.
|She hasn't earned any patches yet.|
But here are some cute faces to see you out: