Last week, Maile and I drove to Littleton to meet up with friends and visit the city's museum. After an afternoon at the doctor's office the day before, for a well-baby checkup and immunizations, the afternoon, though incredibly hot, was just what Baby Girl needed to get her mind off her discomfort. (And you better believe it was what Mama needed, too.)
We made our way through the fully operational 1890s homestead and farm, to kiddie choruses of "CAT?!" and "Baaaaaaa!", and tried to keep the littles hydrated. It was awesome.
See? Super fun.
Afterwards, we enjoyed a quiet afternoon at home with Annie and Silas. Then, completely without intending to, found ourselves staying until eveningtime. Nice, long conversation between mamas ... I enjoyed it so.
Days like that make me excited for more play dates and quality time outdoors before the weather (hopefully) cools significantly. Also, a bit of a side note, but it is really hard to photograph in such extreme sunshine. There is nothing quite like the bright at this altitude, and I'm without any editing software at the moment, but I don't want to get started on that -- I still hope you enjoy our pictures! (And I have a new appreciation for our family photographer!)