We go outside lots. And when we are not outside, the boys are asking when we can go outside.
We have got a lot of work to do in the backyard. Where to begin...
He has been super tired. And super emotional. Everything is the end of the world.
I think its a combination of a tough weekend and all the meds.
The boys collect bottlecaps and love to pretend that they are "gold dabloons" and they are pirates
Playing Power Ranger Pirate Cowboys
Saturday we slept in and Brad made pancakes
We spent the day being pretty busy trying to get a ton of stuff done
So with an entire Sunday with nothing planned, we decided to be a little spontaneous and packed a picnic and drove out to pyramid lake.
We had never been there before and it just sounded so nice to be outside in the perfect weather
We found a little cave to stop at and eat and the boys explored
The little ones always pick flowers for me <3 font=""> 3>
|Clark has become quite the confident climber, even in cowboy boots|
After lunch and forcing the boys to take a family picture and look happy about it or they wouldn't get any cookies, we decided to head down to the lake
Um my baby is wearing shoes in this picture
Brad teaching Clark how to skip rocks. He actually got really good at it!
We all spent a looong time walking around the beach searching for good, flat rocks for Clark to practice with.
Jonas was so content watching the water and watching his brothers run around being crazy, he barely made a peep.
Later we got attacked by seagulls. Like seriously. They were not shy at all.
So we fed them all of our snacks
The boys would laugh so hard when the birds would dive for food in the water and hit a little too hard and make a big splash.
We decided to drive a little further around the lake to see the pyramids. And then we decided to just keep on driving and see where the road took us.
And it took us straight to a donkey jackpot!
I love donkeys
We kept driving and ended up in one of the weirdest little towns ever called Gerlach. Its a serious burner town.
Infact, not too far outside of Gerlach is where they have Burning Man every year, so it makes sense.
Its a weird place