Insisting on getting buried with her puzzle pieces. I've never seen a kid so happy to be "stuck"
Modeling our Sesame Street visors from her birthgrandma
...and her "princess dress"
The annual Boston Irish Festival was just down the road from us this weekend. The festival kicked off with a concert by Gaelic Storm, one of our favorite bands. We haven't seen them since before S came along, so we were excited to all go as a family.
More than ready to see Gaelic Storm
On her way with Grania and Daddy
S had a wonderful time at the concert. She was full of energy well into the night, and played with every kid in the vicinity. The boy near her had a Gaelic Storm donkey, and she had to have one too. Daddy bought her one, and she hasn't let go of it since. She sleeps with it every night.
We spent parts of Saturday and Sunday roaming the grounds and checking out the rest of the festival. Grania spent some time at the genealogy tent, we listened to more bands, and S spent some time in the kids area.
Waving while riding the train
She was ever so still while getting her arm painted
Lovely finished product
After all that excitement, you'd think it was time to relax at home. Nope, we decided it was time to assemble her oh-so exciting water table she got for her birthday. I think she likes it.
In the meantime, we have been watching our gardens grow.
Beans and peas