Nature children

So I took the kids to the park the other day and took some pictures to post here... Excerpt I dropped my phone in the creek and had to put it in rice immediately.  Nevertheless, here are the pictures of my nature children. I've no idea where they get it from ;)

Notice their "hiking" sticks. I love their imaginations. Also I love that its cool enough to wear jackets and forbid then from actually getting in said creek. That is all.

Oh wait, no, it isn't. Two other things. One,, I'm getting a new baby to keep during the day which means a little extra income. I'll also have his older sister some, and that'll help too. They live next door to us, and the kids have made friends and its just nice to have a place they can go back and forth to, you know? That's how I remember my childhood.

The other thing: the kids' school is offering every student rosetta stone free. They'll both pick a language, and since its online, they can learn both languages together. I am super stoked about this and very, very impressed with the school. Okay, really, that's all this time :)




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