Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Is it summer yet?

I'm sure everyone who doesn't live in Washington (and probably many that do) are tired of hearing those of us that do, complain about the fall/winter like temperatures we've been having around here.  Seriously - today, the high 58 degrees.  My furnace came on this morning - it's June 15th for crying out loud!  We should hit at least 65 degrees everyday.  I want to wear short sleeves and be warm, instead of sweatshirts and still be cold! 
Ok - I'll stop complaining, and get to the real reason for this post.  The weekend of June 4th was BEAUTIFUL!  I ordered the sunshine special for Scott's birthday, and it worked!  (I just have to figure out how to get it to work the rest of the time!).  The weather on Saturday was up in mid to upper 70s.  Talk about heaven!!!  We decided to pull out the pools and let the water warm up so the boys could play outside after Jackson's nap.  Can I say again how heavenly it felt sitting out on the grass watching them play?
Here's my studdly Jackson.  He was given this cute swimsuit from our friend Xander.  I figured out after it was already on him and he was outside playing that I put it on him backwards.  He wasn't about to stop and let me fix it, so he wore it backwards.  Doesn't he look so grown up?
 Here's my darling neice Robyn.  She is 10 months old and so cute!  Daris and Rachael make cute kids - maybe they should try for another one?
 Robyn and Jackson hanging together.  Robyn thought that was ok until Jackson decided to start jumping in the water and splashing all over her...., he moved to the big pool with Adam, and they jumped and splashed and had a gay-old time!
 It was seriously a lovely afternoon!  (Scott was at the bike shop having his bike fitting). 
Jackson and Robyn even took a little bath together before Robyn headed for home that night.  Cute kiddos!
Seiously summer - we are SOOOOO ready for your arrival!

1 comment:

Sarah Ragatz said...

Cute pics, looks like a fun time! The weather here this past week as been in the upper 70s and I've been thoroughly enjoying how cool it is!! Funny, huh?