This morning, I woke up, made breakfast for my husband and kissed him goodbye. The boys both woke up a couple hours earlier than normal but are both playing contently on the floor together. I’m sipping my coffee and… smiling at the thought of finally beginning our time of routines and being home more often. 🙂
The last two weeks were the last bit of summer hoorah. Skyler had his first “official” nurse job at Camp Tadmor, a Christian based camp for middle and high schoolers. We had our own little cabin in the woods and the boys and I mostly floated about camp – lots of hiking around, playing lakeside, lots of eating, and lots of watching the “big kids” play (and watching daddy tend to their injuries).
We made new relationships, enjoyed the fresh outdoors and enjoyed some laid back time together.
This was our little nurses cabin:
We hung out at the slip n’ side:
And tried (unsucessfully) to get Zeek to go on with me after all the big kids left:
We searched and “fished” for newts in the lake:
We went to a “carnival” where Zeek did mini golf and a football toss for tickets, and then turned those tickets in for popcorn and frozen chocolate covered banana’s:
We hung out lakeside and splashed in the water with the camp coordinator’s wife and two girls (who are the same ages as my boys):