|Snapshot of our morning|
School is finally winding down and we decided to take the day to celebrate - that and wear the girls out... They had a great time getting out on such a beautiful morning and the Miss AB loved having Youngest to play with all to herself. He's great with little ones, playing on their level, and not being afraid to be silly in the process. I love hearing the girls giggle and laugh while playing or even see youngest being goofy and not caring. But I'm sometimes really amazed at the things we see or experience when we're out. Maybe I should clarify a bit.
The "Invisible" Child
|The "invisible" girl|
"Don't you see her? That little girl you're looking for is RIGHT THERE!" she said pointing to Miss AB hiding under the slide. I honestly think she thought we couldn't see or find her! Maybe she had not had the chance to play hide-n-seek with a much younger child and didn't understand why we were doing what we were doing. Doesn't matter, It was lunch time for us, so we took that cue to leave as the girls were tired.
A Very Public bathroom?
As we were driving away, Youngest and I glanced over at the playground area just in time to see a boy (whom we'd seen earlier with the girl above), clearing peeing in the grass just a short distance away from other children and where other kids played... incredible that the adult watching these kids did not take the time to walk them 25 yards across the way to the public bathrooms. Makes me wonder how many other places I had taken my kids that morning during playtime that some kid had relieved himself on.