Teagan and I visited Auntie Hayley and Aaron at Bamberton on this wonderfully warm day. I really don't know why I put Teagan in her boots because she was instantly in the water way past the boot line. At least she enjoyed herself filling her bucket and pouring it on the rocks.
After we pulled off their wet pants and unsuctioned the boots, the munchkins roamed around the grass in their undies. Aaron and Teagan sat in the daisies and giggled with every flower they picked. It was great to watch.
I worked a full day today and came upstairs at Teagan's bedtime and found a clean living room and then checked out the ruckus in Teagan's room. There was a gorgeous tent over Teagan's bed. I only found Johnny's bum sticking out and Teagan was pretending to make sammiches for us. Teagan was a happy girl when we told her she could sleep in her tent. I wish I had a fun tent to sleep in.
I am currently taking a black and white photography course and the first class was on lines. This is one of my favorite shots and thought I would try it out. It is from the summer at a car show with the family. Do you recognize it, the Batmobile.
Teagan had a blast outside today in the gorgeous sunshine. Cody, Troy and Teagan spent hours playing with the water table, skateboards, footballs and the favorite of all was the WATER. Teagan instantly stripped down and enjoyed the fresh air and sun on her skin. She napped well afterwards.
These are actually photos taken by Johnny. Uncle Shane, Teagan and Johnny went up to Duncan for a visit with Nana. Teagan had to get dressed up for the occasion, her christmas dress, mix matched socks and her flower boots. Nana loved it. They had a great lunch at Genoa Bay Marina and then walked the docks to check out the boats and fish.
Teagan had to help out Bampa with building a retaining wall for Uncle Tom's side of the duplex. She helped out with sweeping off all the lumber, building sailboats out of bits of wood, and running up Bampa's trailer ramp. She loved watching the boys hard at work. She even got to pull the string for Uncle Tom's horn on the big truck. All in a day's work.