Spring has sprung! Luke and I got together with our new friends Lindsay and Amelia and we did some little crafts! Here’s Luke’s spring chick.
Someone is ready to PLAY BALL!
Look at this sweet face! Mommy wrote Luke’s name, and Luke wrote the mark in the upper right corner of the board. He was so excited when he saw it because he said it was the number one! Yeah Luke!
This month, we traveled down to Miami to see Carl’s side of the family. Luke kept insisting on eating this lemon when we were dining out with Carl’s dad, sister, and brother.
We went to the beach in Miami, and Luke had a blast playing in the sand. He enjoyed the water as well, of course. It was blue, and warm….absolutely perfect. While we were sitting playing in the sand together, a raccoon came up trying to scrounge some food!
We took Andrea to the Miami zoo while we were visiting. (Once again, tula to the rescue…Luke got to nap on our three mile walk around the zoo!)
Luke really enjoyed seeing all the animals. He wasn’t a huge fan of the fish though.
He also didn’t care for the “dinosaurs live” exhibit.
But he did like the petting zoo!
Pina Colada icees! Yum!
Sweet BOY collecting rocks!
We had the pleasure of being real tourists, going around on a boat cruise around the movie star homes. The weather was warm, but beautiful. The breeze really tickled Luke’s fancy.
Banana dacquiris! Delish!
We also got to be tourists on an outdoor bus. We went all around “little cuba” and downtown Miami.
Of course, it was such a hot day, so we did have to stop for ice cream! What would a hot vacation day be without the best treat ever?
Later in March, we went strawberry picking at Roger’s farm with our MOPS friends. I told Luke that we pick the red strawberries, and he picked just those! He is such a great listener. Luke had a strawberry sensitivity for a long time, so I was nervous when he wanted to eat the strawberries like his friends were. Thankfully, we learned he outgrew his sensitivity! Yay!
Luke told Juliana, “Look at mommy, smile!”
Picking some yummy strawberries!
The weather was so gorgeous, we got to enjoy some pool time as well!
Luke was very proud of his tower he built.
Oh how I love this snuggly boy.
When I got the Easter decorations out to decorate, Luke was so excited to see his new little bunny friends!
Look at this sweet little model. He’s absolutely precious.
A few Saturdays this month, we walked to Subway from our house. And what did we find? More dandelions!
Long walks can wear a boy out!
On one of our walks to Subway, we learned that Luke definitely pays attention to what we order. We were in line ordering and Luke started shouting, “Diet coke, please!”
Our afternoon walks often end with searching for turkeys and other wildlife around our neighborhood ponds.
We ended our month with a haircut from Poppa. Luke (and Poppa) did great with the haircut! It’s so nice being able to do this on the living room floor and not have to drag Luke to a barber! Thank you, Poppa!