Such a devoted little brother.
My little Pixie enjoyed catching them.
What is that Pappy doing?
Then we headed to the pool to see that kid break one club record after another- again. He is so tall, braces, all the teenage stuff. I took these pictures because he was in the pool just having fun with a friend, being a kid that I don't see much anymore. I like this man child, but I sure miss that little boy who took my hand and heart into this grandparenting dance.
Then another rendition of the Peter Pan in the evening. I always appreciate my support team coming out to see it. Uncle Jimi, Handy Man, Ol' Mother Hubbard and half the cupboard, Rae and Giddy-up and Gardner E. and Mary Lynn. Really, you can't beat it for a $5 ticket that goes to a service project. Children Giddy-up's age are completely unaware that they haven't seen a Broadway production. When a just six year old tells his mom he needs to write me a thank-you for putting on such a great show, you know he was impressed.
Sunday found me fixing up some of Mom's favorites and spending the afternoon with her.
Monday was spent at camp where I appreciated the glorious weather a bit too much and now am sporting fried shin bones, along with a fat hand from a spider bite. I rolled in about midnight last night.
Here my Wayside Poesy Sassy Pants is pushing her new sister Peony Posey at an abbreviated Playdate this afternoon. She said, " I'm going to help Mama take care of this baby." This new littlest bit is all sorts of squishy goodness and two toother smiles. And that gorgeous head of hair, oh my.
Lawsie, these precious babies.
Just a few more days!