Friday, May 19, 2006

Hello, Summer

Well, this week our temperatures jumped from barely-60-degrees to well-into-the 80's. In fact, it looks like we set a record high yesterday because the record book says 84 and it was 86 in Livingston yesterday. That's usually as hot as it ever gets around here, so needless to say, my water babies were excited to break out the pool on Monday (there have been years where we only had a few days here and there that were warm enough to swim). We've pretty much been outside ever since! (The fence is not complete closed in yet--there are a couple of sections without pickets, which means I still have to police the yard vigilantly, especially since NOTHING keeps Heidi from eating dirt or getting in the water).
The girls got out to get dry for lunch the other day, and this is what they looked like. Addie tells me they were "playing dolphins." They crack me up!

6 comments:

LAURA said...

Oh how I remember laying on the warm cement after swiming. They are so cute. It has rained everyday for the past week and it's been cold too...not getting above 47. 86 sounds really good right about now. It's gonna hit 64 tomorrow...woo hoo, The first day of our moving sale!!! Love you.

Jill petersen said...

I remember laying on the cement too! My girls have been running through the sprinklers all week!

Jenn said...

Too cute...my kids love swimming too. They played with water balloons and the hose this week. I am so thankful for the sunshine and the warmth!

Morgan said...

hi! your kids are so cute! my son doesn't sit up by himself yet, so when he gets in the pool, i have to get in with him. therefore, i have no pics. but, your girls are sooo cute! :)

Sangroncito said...

Very cute!
And here in Bogota it's cold and raining torrentially.

Jamie said...

K, but did anyone notice my little freaks laying FACE DOWN on the cement? They are nuts! But I LOOOOVE them!

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