Sunday, June 7, 2009

Baseball & Washing the Cars

We took Emma & Sophie to a "Wichita Wingnuts" baseball game on Friday night. It's our local minor league team. Emma loved attending the games last year so we thought that the girls would enjoy it. It's really a pretty fun time and an affordable family outing. The girls were good taking into account that it was a 7:05 PM game and that is normally the time that they are going to bed. (Note: We will be attending Sunday afternoon games in the future). They liked the hot pretzels but were disappointed that more mascots were not there, Emma kept asking where The Jayhawk went.

It has been *HOT* here. Today it was 102 degrees. :) I took the girls to the pool on Thursday and Saturday, and today the 4 of us went for a little while after lunch. With her life jacket and swim ring Emma is growing quite brave, Sophie is only happy if somebody is carrying her around the pool. After the pool grew too crowded for our taste we walked home and decided to wash our cars. Two of our neighbors Matthew and Aaron came down to hang out and the girls enjoyed playing with them. Sophie is still most comfortable observing other children while Emma is slowly learning how to interact with her peers. Emma is apprehensive to talk to other children, but she does excitedly say "Hi" when other kids are around! :) Our Neuro Psyc commented that when we first started seeing him Emma was like a 2 year old across the less than 6 months later she has matured to a 3-4 year old level. She has definitely exceeded our expectations. :)
(Naughty Emma caught on film spraying the neighbor boy in the face with the hose)!


Mom said...

Loved the Wing Nuts game pictures! How fun to spray the neighborhood kids with the garden hose!!

Aunt Marilyn said...

It's so fun keeping up with the girls! They are adorable!

mom2eliza said...

Great pictures Megan! Greg looks a little bored by the ball game though. The girls are so cute; super pictures of them; and of Mommy and Sophie. Like your hair cut. Cracking me up over the pictures of Emma with the hose. That'a girl; spray those boys right in their faces and up their noses! So funny. Did Emma get her hair cut? Her piggies look shorter (or just higher on her head)? Love this post. Looks like lots of fun. I can see us hanging out on your front yard last summer, like it was yesterday. Miss you so much!

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