Even though it's not officially summertime, I think summer has definitely begun at the Northcutt household! We've been so busy over here getting our house updated and ready for Baby #2!! (Who is still nameless - we're debating Luke!!! I'd love name suggestions!!!) There's a new playset in our backyard, we are currently getting a better fence, we fixed up some landscape issues, and of course, we're trying to get rooms ready! These are all things on our summer to-do list! Summer is my favorite season (Christmas is a VERY close second), and so we are really trying to enjoy the sunshine and summer activities!
Here’s a picture story of what we’ve been up to:
We went to the Thursday night Summer concert at the Arboretum with some friends – Annie and Sutton went with us. Reid didn’t go to bed that night until 11 pm!!! Did he sleep in the next morning?? Of course not!!!!
We had playgroup over at the house where the kids were able to break in the new playset. (I didn’t get very many pictures of the kids on the actual playset – I was too busy chatting!)
I seriously love Reid’s little body! He has a long, skinny body, but he has muscle! So cute!!
Reid is enjoying some bubbles and relaxing time outside. :)
It hasn’t been all fun and games though, we put our little munchkin to work outside – doesn’t he look like he really helped us out with our landscape?!
Reid, Porter, and Hudson are all doing a gymnastics class at ASI – go sign your child up right away!!! We have been 3 times (first was a trial class, and the other 2 have been our class). I love, love, love this class!!! It is perfect for our little monkeys!! It is so beneficial to them – they are learning how to follow directions, self control, body control, and fun “gymnast” moves!! I am so impressed with Reid’s skills – and Porter’s and Hudson’s! Can you tell how devoted I am?? We are planning on doing it for the summer, but I’m already hooked and don’t want him to stop! Let me know if you want more information!!!
Reid is showing off one of the things he has learned - a front roll! He can now do a “real” somersault versus the side roll. (I missed the “middle” part of the roll – and of course when you ask them to do it again, are they compliant??) :)