Maybe you shouldn't let your kid do this. But she got in there herself. With help from her older sister of course. This would be her second exploration of the dryer...last time Luke was opening the door and I caught Darby and Baylie inside. Not good, not safe. But tells mounds about them. Sneaky rascals.
So we are still sweating here. So we busted out our fancy pool, broke out our new slip in slide and the sprinklers. And invited some friends over. Cause its a Friday party! Wahoo!
But these adventurous boys decided it was better to lounge in the plastic chairs and rest. They did not slip and slide or jump in the sprinkler. Although at one point, Luke was trying to dump water on his sister's head and inside dumped it on himself. That was funny. Fortunately they thought so too and repeated it to themselves.
We ate leftovers for dinner, took baths, mopped the floor and watched Finding Nemo, arguably the best Pizar movie ...Jason votes Toy Story.
Swimsuits in mid-September. And Sunchips cause they were on sale at costco. In case you looking for a tip, I have a story. I purchased some airborne this morning for the first time when I was grocery shopping at 6:45 a.m. (crazy lady remember!). I had a $2.50 coupon and a runny nose. So after reading the label a bit, I popped one in my mouth and it was like an explosion of orange flavor...way too intense. No, like my mouth was foaming like I had rabies. It was crazy. So I'm re-reading the label and see just as Jason passed by and told me (laughing hysterically) that I was supposed to disolve it in water....like alkaseltzer. Well, now I know. So don't do that. Its pretty gross.