This week was pretty fun. Hot! But fun. The girls treated me and a few other moms on the block to a Frozen songs concert. They spent all morning figuring out who would sing which song, what they would wear, and making little posters to hang on the trampoline.
Annie chose to dance to "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?". Lily and her friend Shaeley hid behind the tramp to sing while Annie danced for us.
Then Lily and Shaeley sang and danced to the song "Love is an Open Door".
After that, Shaeley sang us "Let it Go" while Lily and Annie sang the accompaniment.
Then together they sang the new Taylor Swift song "Shake it Off" and jumped and danced too.
Annie had her first soccer game this week. After only one practice, it was a hilarious spectacle to watch. The coaches run on the field with the kids and help them know which way to go and try to keep the kids from touching the ball with their hands. Both teams scored a goal for the opposite team. Annie spent a lot of the game hanging out near her goal picking grass and flowers and spinning around Maria vonTrapp style. She is so not into this sport, but she insisted she wanted to do it. We all laughed so hard during the game. I had tears coming out of my eyes. It was also miserably hot. 89 degrees is not fun weather to be running around in - or sitting in the sun for over an hour. We need to buy a pop up shade or sport umbrella. Mommy just can't handle two practices a week plus two games a week sitting out in the sun on those open fields.
I set up the sprinkler for Tommy to play in. He and his little buddy Hunter ran and played for hours in the sun. After dinner that night, we had to take his clothes off and wash him down because he was so messy. While we cleared the table and did the dishes, Tommy fell asleep naked on the living room floor. I guess we know he had a great day of playing.