Kristin is back to school now, and every day it's a struggle to get her out of bed. We make sure it's lights out by 10pm, but no matter what, during the week she literally needs to be dragged out of bed. Then comes breakfast, which takes her about an hour to eat. Don't get me started on her not drinking milk. Come Saturday and Sunday though, she's up at the crack of dawn, drumming, playing her toy piano, running around, jumping, being as loud as humanly possible.
Aug 13, 2010
We celebrated Kayla's birthday yesterday and took her to a farm where she could pick her own fruit. She was in absolute heaven. Ever since she was a baby, she's always been a semi-vegetarian, and enjoys eating fruits and vegetables way more than the 'normal' kid. Selina found a few farms, but only one was pesticide free, the Farmer's Daughter Produce in Brentwood, CA. You could literally pick and eat right off the trees. She had a blast.
After the farm, we headed to a new park that just opened near our house. They both spent most of the time on this weird spinning contraption.
After the park, we headed to Simply Fondue, where Kayla had a little too much fun with the chocolate.
She's such a goofball, just like her big sis.