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Thursday, January 12, 2012

May. What a beauty she is!

May was a good time to be in New York. The weather was beautiful and we had a good time. Kate had quite a few outings with her JoySchool group and Asher liked tagging along with his sister whenever he could.


We went to the zoo with a few of the awesome families of Liverpool.


Kate giving the penguins a little kiss.

Kate and Adella being penguins.
Asher just LOVES being around kids. He loves playing with Kate and her friends.

Kate and Asher riding a tiger. :)

The crew: Allison, Carter, Calvin, Adella, William, and Kate

Kate and Calvin milking the fake cow

Kate and Adella riding a baby elephant

Climbing the hills of the "desert"

Oh, the poses.

Now that is a crowd for the lions.



So Kate decided, one morning, that she was going to turn herself into a tiger. I figured what the heck, it's washable. Thank heavens it was washable. I had no idea how much "art" she was going to decorate herself with.


She loved it so much she kissed herself.



Kate took a sports class at the local YMCA. They tried all kinds of sports. It was awesome to see her with a bunch of boys. She had fun though.


Trying out teeball



We went to a Memorial Picnic the local church had. Kate wasn't so sure why this was a holiday. Her response to my explanation of the holiday was that she didn't know anyone who had died, could she still go to the barbeque? I replied that she could. Then she asked if the barbeque was in a graveyard. I really can't remember my response to that but I'm sure it had some jaw-dropping involved somewhere. Also muffled laughter.


The best big sister in the world, pushing the best little brother in the world.

CHEEKS!

Asher just loving the swings

Eating the lovely picnic. Kate decided it was inedible because it had "black marks" all over it. I explained how the grill worked but she had made up her mind and her nose stayed up in the air. I told her she'd be hungry but that was fine with her...


There is a beautiful park next to Lake Onondaga, about 10 minutes from our Liverpool place. We went there often, weather permitting. I loved photographing the scenery and, of course, the kids. They loved playing by the water, riding bikes, and running around.


Some scenery





There's something about a hot pink bike glove picking a little daisy...

Kate got quite good at her bike. She loved riding the trails.

Crocodile Dundee?

That cute little red hair!


Kate's JoySchool class was so good for her. The only thing was that I had to teach every once in awhile. It was very good for me but probably not as good for the kids... May was nice though because the kids could go outside.







1 comment:

Scotty and Emi said...

What cute chubs you have!! *hugs*