More Fun with the Underwater Camera!

Last week flew by in a flurry of activity.  The boys finished up swim lessons, we spent a lot of time over at Steph’s house swimming, we went to Pump It Up on Tuesday afternoon and we had T-bone and B over for a sleepover on Monday night.  Sadly, I don’t have many photos from last week.  I didn’t take my camera with me.

But I did manage to capture a cute shot of the four boys settling down to watch Surf’s Up.  They all camped out on Wildman’s trundle.  So cute!

They did not fall asleep watching the movie as I had hoped.  Instead, they kept each other up talking and laughing.  The temptation to leap from the bed to the trundle was too great.  When I went in to investigate the noise level I found that they had formed a line down Wildman’s bed and were taking turns springing onto the mattress below…  I let them play for a little while but decided to separate them at 10:30 PM when they simply would not settle down.  I turned off the movie and put two kids in Cutie Pie’s room and two in Wildman’s.  It took 0.4 seconds for the boys to fall asleep!  They had worn themselves out.

Anyway, onto the real reason for this post…

Today I decided to take the boys over to my mother-in-law’s house to swim and picnic while J worked on putting up cedar support beams on the patio.  The in-laws are vacationing in the GA mountains and left us the key to the house so we can swim whenever we want.  Yeah!  I brought along the camera and took some pretty funny photos!

I love this shot of my boys on the pool steps!  Aren’t they cute?!

This one of Cutie Pie pressing his face into the screen door cracked me up.  What a goober!

Today I’m just taking it easy.  Catching up on chores and watching J work on those darn support beams that are taking FOREVER to install.  Some of his projects turn out to be much more involved than he originally thought.  I’ll see if I can dig up the latest photos of the pool and post them soon.  It’s looking good with all the rock work up.  We’re soooo excited!

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