Art, Bat, and Geocaching!

Wow. Okay, so way behind on my blogging. We’re still doing our thing. It’s been an early and active Spring!
Ava’s still loving her art classes she goes to every week. She also got to see her art hanging up at a near-by art center during their student week. She also got to make a paper woman wearing a kimono.

She took a paper mache art class as well, and made a cat and an awesome vase! She also made a vase while spending time at a state park with her grandma and grandpa. They look so cool up on the shelf!

Ava loves all things arts and crafts. I cut out some cardboard and taped it together for her to decorate her own doll house in her room. She spent hours working on it and it turned out so cute!

Ava working on a wooden person ūüôā

Noah is back into all things water now that spring is here. It’s nearly impossible for him to not get into water¬†or to¬†leave the hose on all day (we’re working on that). He also loves learning about how things work. He loves robots, cars, machines, and building things (and taking things apart). He also spends a lot of time playing games online that have to do with figuring out how to build things or knock things down. I love watching his mind at work! He also is really getting into numbers and letter sounds and often times at night we play “I’m thinking of an animal that starts with a __ sound.”

Noah and Amora learning measurements.

Amora has conquered the computers. We got a second computer the kids can use now. She can get to everything she wants by going under the favorites star and knows how to play all her favorite games already. She’s also¬†been getting to spend a lot of time playing outside with her siblings this spring and riding¬†her trike¬†as they bike and scooter around.

Recently, when the kids were playing with the neighbor kids, the boys came across a small bat behind the neighbor’s garage. We thought he was dead but then when an adult got close he started chirping and hissing. He was clearly stranded, scared, and weak, so I got some gloves and put him into a bucket until we could figure out how to help him. All the kids were so interested in helping the bat. They named him Casey (we’re not sure if he’s a boy or girl bat). He was VERY sleepy and still probably¬†in hibernation. I’m sure he was¬†wishing he was back in his cozy home and not in a bright orange bucket.¬†The next morning we brought him into a wildlife rehab center. Last I heard, he was doing well, but did have a tear on his wing and was dehydrated. So hopefully he will be released soon!
We visited the nature center after we dropped the bat off and the kids played rescue with the stuffed animals and vet/doctor kits.

Casey sleeping in his bucket.

We went geocaching with friends last week for the first time which was really fun! The kids loved hiking through the woods and off the beaten path to search for the hidden object. We found it and it was full of fun little things like stickers and small toys! Next time we’ll have to bring more to trade in!

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