beds – especially since we aren’t planting a garden this year. I went upstairs to put Lucy down for a nap
and came downstairs to see that Matt had started cutting down trees.
play, but there were so many obstacles in the way of actually getting under the
tree, that it made for lots of mishaps with branches and body parts.
10am, exactly the time we need the shade…sarcasm intended. It is perfect for our garden, but not so
perfect for children who burn easily, but want to be outside all day long.
saplings, and make a little canopy for the kids to play in.
behind our house for the kids to play in.
Unfortunately, living in our little city doesn’t allow that as much as
living out in the country. But, I do
think that we have a wonderful place for the kids to still play and experience
God’s creation right in our yard.
They love to dig for dinosaur bones and pick up all manner of bugs and leaves
and sticks. It really is quite
entertaining to see their imaginations at work.
branches he did actually cut down. I
didn’t think to take pictures until the end of the day, when most of trees had
left our yard.
then to start putting down mulch so the kids can easily play back there without
tripping over the roots. I think it will
be a perfect place for them to build fairy houses and have a little place to
call their own outside.
all summer, and it will be nice to look at as well.
that will be a project for another day I guess.
play? Do they have a little hide away
outside just for them?