She is still hesitant with sand and squats for five minutes before moving onward. John squatted with her for moral support.
Every baby loves outdoors, right? Well, she is on a different level than any of our other children in the past. She mourns for the outdoors. She stands at the window hoping anybody will take her out to swing or let her climb up and down the slide. We can't even mention the swing as she will go into hysterics. We made the mistake tonight of letting her run naked in the backyard. Now, she will think that is normal. She was a free bird!
I loved this picture of Lillie's red hair. So pretty.
Clairvaux made a trip to the ER last Saturday. You can see the wound on her forehead.
Rose's athleticism always delights us. She was giving John quite the time playing soccer this evening. For as gentle as her spirit is, she sure is a competitor. Whenever we see one of the kids doing something athletic, it is always a race to see who will first claim their family as the originator of such talent. I will always say, "What a little Niewald!" John usually comes back with some Boever stat in an attempt to trump me.
She demanded a photo when we were leaving.