are these days with friendsat the parkenjoying the warm weather.
We are hyper aware of the no homework, no planning, no grading, no rushing rhythm of the school year ending and we have been given the unbelievable gift of time with each other
and with ourselves.There are many meals enjoyed outdoorsand naps being skipped over
so that little ones tire themselves out to the point of passing out
under open windows.I will take one moment to brag about how efficient Joe and I have become with packing to go or come home from the Bay.While I bathe little ones (all one shower) and then prepare dinner, he hoses down and dries of the gear and vacuums the car. Go Team Sullivan!
We are taking full advantage of the farmer’s market seasonal producewith Paul insisting on corn because he loves the little sticks used for holding itand so we are feasting together.After dinner, this little girl turns into a strawberry monsterand makes crazy faces as soon as she sees a camera.These moments have to be recorded because they will get me through the school yearwhen these carefree days feel far away and I look back to know we spent our time well.