The baking adventures continue with buttermilk biscuits.
After our longer walk this morning, MacDougall was very happy to go sit on a cushion in the sunshine.
Colin asked for some time on the computer. He wanted to practice his typing (typing.com) and coding (coding.org). Yes, yes you may.
Laura was very proud of building her lamp this month from her Eureka Crate. It’s now installed on her bedside table.
I took my new camera to the park to practice. Colin asked for a turn and seems to have a knack for it!
Laura and Colin practiced music together. Colin is doing his practice and Laura is making up the accompaniment.
In our ongoing quest to find the best isolation snacks that can be delivered, we chose to partake in a local chocolaterie’s rocky road festival.
We will be enjoying a wide variety of Rocky Road (31 flavours!) for the next few weeks. Each piece is the perfect size for dividing into four.
We started with “classic milk” and will report back at the end of the tasting adventure!
On the weekend Colin and I went to the beach and made sand sculptures. They are a little hard to see but he made a snake, mouse, rat and crown.
Maybe not a new show, but new for the kids.
Laura has completed the fifth lesson in her “baking basics” project – sticky pecan rolls! They are cinnamon rolls with a caramel-pecan glaze. Delicious!