Laura has been working so hard at her flexibility for a couple of years, and has finally gotten her splits on one side. (And is very close on the other!)
As part of the student council election, Colin had to give a speech. He wrote it himself, practiced, and did a fantastic job delivering it. He did not win the Treasurer’s seat, but will still get to be in student council, and he is excited about that.
Happiness is a new Lego set. This kid hasn’t asked for any screen time since the box arrived.
We picked up a couple of boats for the weekend. It is so fun to get out on the lake.
Colin is running for student council Treasurer and had his campaign manager over on the weekend to make posters.
Our small home made boat finally made it out of storage for the first family trip.
Colin and Laura decided it should be called “The Green Heron”.
With Colin’s EEG last weekend he wasn’t allowed to do anything active or go outside, so we played a number of games. “A Little Wordy” is one of our favourites, and we usually call it the Wordy-Birdy game.
After seeing a soft band to go around his EEG strap, Colin wanted to test various decorative stitches on the sewing machine.
Sarah’s monthly ice cream arrived and there was still some dry ice in the packaging. It’s always fun to play with!
I finished my Cabot Trail activity challenge last weekend and the medal arrived this weekend! I ran and cycled a combined 300 km – the length of the Cabot Trail – over a period of 9 weeks.