I’ve been looking for my camera for about a week now. For the life of me I can’t remember where I put it. So, for now, it’s all cell phone pictures!
Friday we went to the beach and walked around, went to the playground, and put our toes in the sand. The warm sand felt so nice between my toes. Last summer I don’t think we went to the beach once because of Bronson’s hospital stay but, this year I know that we’re going to be there a lot!
It really wasn’t cold enough for Bronson to have all the layers on that he did. His transplant medications cause him to have a low immune system and he gets sick very easily. I think he’s had a perma-cold since October/November so I’ve been bundling him up extra lately trying to get him over it!
I put Bronson on Kallie’s bike and he loved it! He sat there for a good 20 minutes checking everything out! Typical boy!
Look at the curls on this boy! He takes after his Daddy!
Jon always had curly hair and I loved it but, 5 years ago he lost all of his hair because of his chemotherapy treatments and it grew back straight. Oh well, at least Bronson got his curls!
Saturday was a dreary and rainy day so we stayed inside most of the day.
I thought that I’d give Bronson a crayon to try out but of course it went right into his mouth!
After colouring we went down to the basement to play. Since I no longer have daycare kids coming to my house I decided to move all of the daycare toys into the crawl space and move all of Kallie and Bronson’s toys out of their rooms and into the basement. I like to keep their toys separate because I think that it’s important for them to have their own things.
Then we ate a spoonful of peanut butter (except for Bronson) and drank apple juice while we watched Night at the Museum. It’s still a little too old for Kallie but she liked the animals in it.
Then for the rest of my Saturday afternoon/evening I spent time reorganizing all of my kitchen cupboards. I’ve been wanting to do it for a while but I think knowing that I’m going back to work this week and I won’t have the time really kicked my butt into doing it.
Once you’re reading this I will be at my first day of my new job! Here we go!