I've made my boys wear rash guards (those water shirts) all summer.
And lots of sunscreen.
I don't know why those shirts are called rash guards.
Something else to add to my Google list.
Who could exsist on apple juice and chicken tenders soley, if I let him.
She also lives in California.
You've met her before. She just got her first cell phone, so she can talk to her BOYFRIEND.
Yikes, the kids are growing up to fast!
However, no one told her that we don't get cell phone service out here. Too many hills.
Apparently you could get service if you want to the swingset on the other side of the parking lot and climbed to the top of it.
There was a line of adults waiting to climb the swingset, I kid you not.
There are no phones in the rooms. It's kind of cool to be cut off from the world. Kind of.
And their younger sister, Sweet Cheeks.
She turned five while we were there, so we celebrated her birthday.
We all went to a musical at an open-air theater. Wanna know what production we saw?
High School Musical!
It was a lot of fun.
We were missing two other cousins, the Maryland clan.
And The Bug and Rockboy, who leave for two weeks in Peru tomorrow.
We all stayed in these rented condos and grilled our meals outside in this common area.
I kept meaning to get a group picture, but it's hard to get that many kids in one place at one time. Someone's always hungry, or napping or throwing a tantrum or swimming
or fishing or in the game room. It's hard to keep up!
We love this place.
I still need to share pictures from the rodeo and from our canoe trip.
I didn't take my camera on either of those expeditions, so I have to wait for family to supply those photos.
Don't worry, I'll have my camera and I'm not afraid to use it.