|*I'll let you decide which child is "swimming'! |
I couldn't find a picture of the "new swim trunks" since they were... NEW!
LOST - A NEW pair of Logan's swim trucks. They managed to hitch a ride to town on the back of Matt's truck only to be hurled into the wind never to be seen again.
FOUND - Five new baby chicks ... Easter Eggers, at that! Yep, I pulled on my
LOST - Some important hardware to our 'lawn mower'. Just doing routine maintenance in order to keep everything working, but somehow lost a much-needed bolt while gallivanting around the countryside.
FOUND - A Bolt to replace the missing one on the lawn mower. Yes, it was found at a local hardware store and not in our yard.
LOST - An important piece to our pond pump. While trying to repair the much needed pump, the connector piece came up missing. Certain I had lost my mind, I gave up searching. Logan kept saying it was in daddy's truck...so we disassembled and resembled the truck looking for the missing piece. No luck!
FOUND - The missing piece to said pond pump. After much deliberation and rummaging through every trash can, I decided the connector piece was forever gone....although it crossed my mind that maybe it never really existed! As I opened my car door so I could head off to town in order to replace the pond pump, I found the said missing piece. Yep, it was sitting on the driver's seat. Guess Logan meant it was in MY car not daddy's!
LOST - MY SANITY! At this point, it may never return!
FOUND - Three really cute Easter eggs made out of embroidery floss and glue. Such a great project even though there was a bit of a panic when the glue mixture somehow managed to cover the clothing of a certain 8-yr. old!
LOST - One really adorable yellow Easter egg. An egg made of embroidery floss was no match for a busy, spunky toddler!
FOUND - A minute to write this post in order to share our latest adventures with you! Three Kids + Warm Weather = One Crazy, Running-In-Every-Direction Mama!
*Disclaimer: If you find a pair of swim trunks along the side of the road, don't be alarmed. Drying clothes on a truck's tailgate is the new way of going "green!"