So it has been a while since I’ve posted a 365 Days Outside update. Of course, that doesn’t mean we haven’t been going outside! It just means I have a ton of pics I haven’t shared yet. I’m going to split them up between today and Friday, and then hopefully I’ll be back on track. We are up to day 245. I should plan something fun for day 250
Quite a lot of digging and dirt slinging went on in our front yard today, and the kids decided it would be fun to bury Mommy. Flynn went on a safari through our bushes and hit stuff with sticks, his favorite pastime.
Look! Pears! The tree in our backyard that we thought was a crab apple tree turned out to be a pear tree! With real, edible, very yummy pears. We are pretty excited about this. Also, with the rain we’ve been getting lately, our garden miraculously came back to life.
We took our books outside today, picked some pears and read on our stumps.
Snack time on the front porch followed by some puddle jumping. That puddle on the side of our driveway is Flynn’s favorite spot in our yard. He often wanders over there to see if there is any mud, and when there is, he gets SO excited.
The blanket my Mom made us when we got married is the absolute perfect blanket for forts. The colors are so pretty when the light shines through.
Flynn and I sat out front today and played with the rocks while Juniper ran around. I remember last year when he got that sweater, I’m glad it still fits him. He is so handsome, and I love his fluffy blonde hair.
Today was the perfect day for an outdoor autumn wedding. Flynn spent most of the time hiding under my dress, since he was so worn out from the trip. But eventually he warmed up to everyone and had fun playing with his cousins.
We went to Roger’s Orchard today to pick some apples. I’ve never been apple picking before, it was lots of fun. And the apples were SO good. I picked the cutest little apple in the whole world.
Flynn was a trooper while we took nice wedding pictures of Allyn and Kim. He liked walking around on the train tracks, and throwing rocks in the puddles.