Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Mamatography 2013 - Week 40

Day 272 - September 29



We hid our first geocache! Elmo & I used to brunch here often on my lunch break.
Later we went to a potluck picnic with our Lil Giggles group of babies with Down syndrome.

Day 273 - September 30



I went to see the Creek Council Oak Tree here in town.
It is a Virtual Geoacache site.

Day 274 - October 1



Sasha got to use Chocolate Pudding as Finger Paint to teach a pig how to be muddy at Preschool Storytime. See more Creations at the NPN WW post today!

Day 275 - October 2



She had never been so close to a Soccer Goal.
Geocaching takes us all sorts of places!

Day 276 - October 3



Spencer used to do this all the time. Rather than wearing him, he just wanted to snuggle and watch videos on YouTube to help him settle into sleep.

Day 277 - October 4



You can't really see the fresh blooms I was trying to
capture on my way out, but this is our front porch.

Day 278 - October 5



Sunday is our family geocaching day, but I try to find one every day.
Sasha and I found this one together while the guys waited in the van.
It was hidden in that tree line way in the background.



mtbadge2This post is part of the Mamatography 2013 Project with Diary of a First Child and Momma Jorje.

We are taking (at least) a photo a day to keep a record of our year. Join us at any point during the year and start sharing your own daily photos!



2 comments:

  1. Very cool! Your front porch is so pretty. I love the snuggle picture. Finger painting with pudding is such a good idea — they can just lick it off! :)

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    1. My flowers (including vines) were recently ripped from the front of the porch for repainting or it might have been prettier. And it would be much nicer if the entire neighborhood of kids didn't think it was their path. It isn't even a direct path anywhere. Still, its a decent porch.

      Can never have too many snuggles! I usually rock him on my back, but lately... he's been keen on snuggling to sleep on occasion. Its nice.

      And brilliant, right?? We love our Preschool Storytime! Sasha calls that library her school and we go almost every week. The theme that day was farm animals and she read a book about an entire farm full of animals that don't do what they're supposed to do, including a pig that doesn't like mud. Pudding limits you a bit on colors, but MUD?? Perfect! I suppose you could use yogurt, too.

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