Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Mamatography week 24

5/31. Four Things
5/31. Four Things
We went to a birthday party at Chuck E Cheese. I think it's hilarious how much Davis loved skeeball. He wasn't very good. Moira, on the other hand, is actually getting able to get the ball into the hoops.

6/1. B is for...
6/1. B is For...
It's fabulous that we can get Moira to play some of "our" games now, instead of just Candyland. She really likes Ticket to Ride.

6/2. A Moment
Picnic
I took the kids for a picnic in the park, so Walker could have some time to himself.

6/3. On my Table
6/3. On my Table
Technically this isn't my table. Or a table at all. We were learning about bugs at Moira's nature school, and this was the incredibly detailed bug she made. She added some spots and a few legs after I took this picture.

6/4. After Dark
6/4. After Dark
This guy has decided that he doesn't need to go to sleep until 10pm. It is tiring for the adults, but not for him.

6/5. Environment
6/4. Environment
The new otter exhibit at the zoo is pretty cool. And the otters must like it, because they just had babies. It's been a really good year for babies at the zoo. The sloth bears, otters, lions, and snow leopards have all had babies, and the giraffes are expecting.

6/6. Transport
6/6. Transport
Moira's favorite way to travel.

mtbadge2This post is part of the Mamatography 2013 Project with Diary of a First Child and Momma Jorje.
We are taking (at least) a photo a day to keep a record of our year. Join us at any point during the year and start sharing your own daily photos!

Also linked up at Hobo Mama and NPN.

2 comments:

  1. There must be something in the water at the zoo. Isn't that what they always say about offices where there are a bunch of babies at once? I guess it is these animals' workplace.

    I still need to try Ticket to Ride. I agree with the sentiment, though — it's fun to be able to play some "real" stuff now with Mikko.

    Silly nocturnal babies!

    Mikko's favorite transport is his bike now, too. We should get him a basket — he'd be thrilled.

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    1. That's what they called it in high school, too. One trend I actually started! hahaha

      Those are interesting picnic containers!

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