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Since you’re just getting to know me I’ll let you ease into reading. I don’t want to overwhelm you on the first date, so I’ll keep this week’s post short.
Despite the fact that gloomy cold filled Michigan today I couldn’t help but think of Spring. As a kid I loved Spring, because that meant recess would be outside and another soccer season was starting. It’s not my favorite season, but it’s a close second.
Today, I look forward to Spring because I can take my girls outside to play. With this in mind I started a list of things I hope to do with my girls this Spring. My list involved things like the zoo, the metro park’s trails, sitting by a lake somewhere, and simply going on walks around the neighborhood. Of course Spring means yard work starts up again too, so maybe it’s time I brainstorm how to involve my girls in that as well—they’re 27 months and 10 months.