Friday, August 29, 2014
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Today Milo draw "faces" for the first time instead of jet lines and circles.
This was a face for Mr. Trent, milo's new teacher, who had the home visit today.
(He came to visit us to play with Milo at home today.
By doing so, it will be easier and more comfortable
for Milo to start his new school with him.)
And this is papa (yellow) and mama (blue) holding hands.
O my god… we will frame it:)
Posted by Soy Sauce and Ginger at 1:49 PM
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
It was a hot day again, and Milo and Silas took a full of advantage of it.
So did Kip.
Sometime they parked the boat, and Milo swam around.
He was really good.
Then they got back on the boat...
After we cooked the lunch
we made the wooden boat with the marshmallow man,
and played with the slingshot.
We packed our car and were ready to drive off.
Then mama realized the really important thing!!!!!!
For the last three days, she had a good time, but she did not even get in the water!!!!!!
So, we went bak the water
and had the extra fun moments.
We were all more satisfied at our trip now.
Posted by Soy Sauce and Ginger at 5:30 PM
Soon after Milo woke up, he went to blueberry picking with papa.
They were put in the biscuet dough
and cooked over the fire.
In the meantime, Keena was so happy in the tent
looking at Milo.
morning light was so nice, and we could not stop taking pictures of this happy girl.
Milo was acting like an elephant and running around the campsite
and got hungry.
It ended up a blueberry cake (kinda)
but it was yummy.
What a special morning!
Posted by Soy Sauce and Ginger at 11:38 AM
Monday, August 25, 2014
In the afternoon,
we left our campsite and headed to the view point of Mt. Rainier.
Along the way, there were so many wild blueberries.
They were a little sour, but it was nice picking and eating them.
We kept walking and walking, but we could not get the viewpoint…
So, Silas went bak the campground and drove back.
We were glad that we drove there at the end
because it was much farther than we were told originally.
(It was no way for Milo to walk there)
Also, it was too cloudy to watch the whole mountain…
It was still a great view, though.
Then, we went bak to our camp.
During this camp, Milo was such a helpful camper.
Seriously, he helped papa and mama
and did whatever he could before they asked him to do.
Milo was so mini Silas:)
When it gets cooler, we fished a little bit.
What did I say earlier?
Milo was so mini Silas!
We all enjoyed our private lake a lot.
After the dinner, Milo had his first roasted marshmallow.
It bought a fire
but he liked it.