I had such fun making that top right photo of Kylie at the waterslide. The sweet photo card of Kylie and I doing yoga together was also a joy. And then poor Project Life sat around waiting to be finished all week. Finally, it is done. Just in time to start on week 28.
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Kylie mastered the three waterslides near the pirate ship at Adventure Landing. “Again,” She shouted. “Again, again!” Our brave, funny girl.
Kylie had a different set of homework books this week. She’s excited about the change.
As part of Kylie's reading homework, she is given a word list to memorize. The goal is the correct pronunciation of each word without having to sound it all out. I wish I had kept a list of her first two sets of sight words.
Kylie got a Playmobile Pool Set. You can put water in it and the included figures can float around. She has loved playing with it. It has been worth the splashy clean-up.
On July 3rd, the country club behind our house puts on an amazing show. We get to see it from our back yard.
Kylie got to play with her first sparklers
This week we read the first five books of the Magic Tree House book series.
One week after replacing our roof, our air conditioning motor started to burn out. We had to replace the entire exterior unit. Fortunately we caught it before it completely failed so we were only without a/c for two hours while the new system was installed. It wasn’t the best timing for our finances yet we are grateful that we were able to cover it.
Swim Lessons with Coach Camille.
Kylie loved getting pink polish on her fingernails and glitter polish on her toenails. I loved how she rested her sweet head against my shoulders.
After Kylie picks her books at the library, she plays with a few of the puzzles. She sweetly plays with them one at a time and shares them with the other children.
And that's it for another week. I have a huge pile of Kylie's artwork to sort through; I keep telling myself that I'll get to it "later". "Later" is usually when the mountain of papers start to fall off the kitchen counter.
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