Today as i was cleaning i found Dahlia’s purse full of cars. This girly girl has been influenced by her brother.
This week has been the battle for cleanup. We hauled away all the renovation debris and power tools from the yard. Note: we are trying to be good neighbours and will try our best not to maim the neighbourhood kids that come wandering through our house! But in the chaos the kids have started entertaining themselvesby digging in the flower garden and side alley. They are constantly flithy, and the stuff they have touched hiding in that dirt would make any germaphobe cringe…oh well..kids will be kids.
Olivia is now laughing! Even as a third child, it tickles us to see her belly laughing! i was pushing Dahlia on the swing and every time she swung close to Olivia she laughed hysterically.
Our neighbour is 87 and tosses cois in the front yard everyday. The kids get super excited to check for ‘treasure’ every afternoon. He is so sweet and I am told that his wife is too. If me french were a little better I think I woudl have them over,but as it is I am having a hard time understanding when he mumbles, rants about something, or even uses vocab that I am unfamiliar with. Oh, the struggles of being an Anglophone in a quebecois neighbourhood.