This week Brooks started school so many of this week’s pictures are of us waiting for the bus and watching Brooks get off the bus. Also, most of the images are from my phone – sorry for the quality. Here’s our week . . .
I made a Spanish style potato soup (no dairy). Jonas loved it so much he had several helpings.
I eat eggs most mornings – trying to cut down on carbs and sugars.
I like this picture of Silas.
He has been so helpful this week. He loves to cook.
We swim a lot. Almost everyday after Brooks gets home.
“Mom, I’m doing a head stand.”
Jonas still adores his brothers even though they stalk him around the house and annoy him.
First day and still an awkward smile.
Trying to be cool waiting for the bus.
Silas made a forest with raspberry mountains and almond trees.
Getting off the bus after the first day.
“Look at me, I take pictures of food.”- my husband, lovingly mocking me.
We made an incredible pizza this week – figs (from our tree), carmelized onions, proscuitto, and goat cheese.
Silas looking like a big brother. When I posted this picture on facebook and instagram, I had many of you say how old he looks.
Running home. Can you spot Silas?
This looks more like Silas.
Jonas was almost asleep. We are trying to work toward one nap.
He loves figs.
Getting ice cream while Brooks is at school.
Listening for the bus.
Leaving notes in his lunch box. He had a big smile on his face when he got home from school that day.
All looking for the bus one morning.
Watching clouds – always looking for rain.
Silas has felt like an only kid this week. He told me he thinks he is the best kid.
Once again, waiting for the bus.
I couldn’t help it. I loved seeing that smile.
Discovering wood chips.
Telling him he can’t take things out of the garbage can. Those are real emotions with real tears.
Yep, waiting for the bus.
I’ve had this for breakfast and lunch multiple times this week – sourdough, butter, tomatoes, and salt.
See you next week.