We are working on our bun skills for dance class. With her hair just a bit shorter, it’s tough, lots of fly aways. My first bun attempt was waaaay off center. I would love to blame the antsy child, but I have a feeling it was my fault!
We grew up out in the country so as a kid, I didn’t really have anyone to play with most of the time. I used to go out to the tree grove portion of our yard and make “salads” from the grass and weeds. A chef before my time! Oddly, the girls love to do this too. They tear up the herbs, flowers, and hostas around the deck and make birthday cakes or whatever dish they’re little imaginations come up with. I love it! I was trying to get pictures of them doing this and Laney was not amused. Thus, her angry face.
* I’m anxious to view this picture on my work screen. On my home laptop it looks super washed out, but I can’t tell if I overexposed it, or if it’s my new laptop.
I brought my camera to the zoo because if I don’t, there will for sure be some perfect moment I won’t get to capture. If I do bring it, all I seem to get are the same pictures I already have. I was trying to get some different perspectives, but I think it was kind of a fail. Either way, Caden and the camels.
They had brushes for the goats which I don’t think I’ve ever seen before. The girls loved the brushes and got very into it. Caden wanted to brush every goat there, including the ones inside the barn in the “refuge” area. She didn’t seem to understand those goats were actually trying to get away from tiny people like her!