The warming weather has thawed an innate desire within my oldest girls: playing outside.
Now when we get home from a morning spent at the doctor or at church, they immediately run to the little playhouse in our neighbor’s driveway. But I have to drag them away crying and screaming because it’s nap time.
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Trying to enjoy the last hurrah of warm fall days. I took the girls to the park again, and we had fun on the swings and the playground. Jadzia even met a new girl. I had to remind her how to introduce herself, because she said “Look, what’s that girl doing?” and started yelling “Hey girl, what are you doing?” The girl’s name was “Aniya” (not sure of the spelling), but Jadzia needed to be reminded many times to call her by her name. She sure wasn’t shy, though. Jadzia immediately began telling her “This is my sister, Ludi” and launched into some fantasy play about making plastic things with wood chips (or something like that).
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