Saturday, June 21, 2008

This week around this little Garden State Homeschool..

Friday found us Great Grandma-sitting.
Cousin S. dropped her off in the morning,
and we paid her bills, brought her to the bank
and stopped at a yard sale around the corner
after picking up lunch.We bought a trike for
princess, and an old kitchen table and chairs.
After we brought her home, we went to Target
for a few items, milk, cookies, gummy worms.
Princess and I spent the afternoon playing together
until Farmer Dad got home from work. He had plans
to jam with his friend, so we made plans to see our friends.
It was a nice evening filled with tree climbing,Wii playing,
bike riding and laughter.Today, we spent time up at the
Community Garden plot picking green beans,watering
and visiting with other gardeners.Farmer Dad went with me to
pick up the kitchen table (photos to come soon)
and another friend stopped by for some more jamming.
We had a nice dinner of green beans and pirogies, while
princess napped on the couch.


haven said...

You guys always seem to be outside. It's wonderful!!

Kari Wright said...

what a great use for the wire basket! I may have to take one out of the freezer!

Gottfredsen said...

I am so envious of the backyard you guys have. Living in the apartment there is not really any place that we can do that. So for now I will live through you guys ok. LOL :)

Rockin' Moroccan Mama said...

I went yard saling too and boy did I find some great finds. yes I love the backyard as well. P still takes nap, ugh you are so lucky. My 2 year old is starting to not want to nap anymore. :(

8)(8 said...

I like pirogies. Did you make them ahead of time or did you use a frozen brand? My husband (not Polish) makes them from scratch with my sister each Christmas.

Kate in NJ said...

P- we love it outside!
K- I got mine at a yard sale...the people gave it to me to carry stuff to my
Yas- I 'm really rollin' now, P hasn't napped regularly since she hit 2, but she was sooo tired!
M- They were Mrs T's frozen. I thought about making them, but just didn't have the time...and frozen is sooo easy.;-)

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