Thursday, November 01, 2012

Filling in the moments! APRIL

Naughty Noel kicks off APRIL
learning the basics of bath time... 
step #1: remove clothing


moving along...
A trip to Fort Washington
What a great discovery we made during 
Spring Break this year!  
Wikipedia says:
The fort
The community is named for Fort Washington, which upon its completion in 1809 was the only defensive fort protecting Washington, D.C. The fort is a stone structure and offered a good field of range for cannon fire at enemy advances on the Potomac River. During the War of 1812, the fort was quickly abandoned during a British advance. In 1844, a cannon exploded on the USS Princeton as it was passing Fort Washington.[3] During World War II, the US Army's Adjutant General's School was located at the fort, and had billeting for 362 officers and 2,526 enlisted persons.[4]
The site is now part of a very extensive park with views of the Potomac River and hiking paths. It is a scenic place for picnicking, fishing and outdoor recreation. (Admission is free to people entering after business hours and before sunset.



Up



So we could go DOWN!!




Pokin' around inside the structures









 I think they spent an hour playing with these canons!


 Hide and Seeek, anyone??




Now, onto SPRING SOCCER!
Ethan and the GOLD EAGLES

 Noel, empting out my wallet... keeping busy... grrrrr!




Kate and the PINK PRINCESSES

3 goals!!


Luke and the GREEN DRAGONS






Luke learned to whistle... a little practice on the field!  HA!


Parent Tunnel!




Luke's other skills!


EASTER 2012




Handsome, happy, cheezy boys!



Beautiful, not-so-happy girls!



Pretty hair!


Feeling better now that Noel found her trusty thumb!




We found this pretty dress at a thrift store... but it was white and Kate wanted a pink Easter dress... so we dyed it!  It all stayed white except the embroidery !  It turned out beautiful!





Chocolate makes everyone happy!



Easter cookies with friends... on a beautiful day!



Sprinkles are awesome!





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