Anyways I'll let the pictures do most of the talking.
Grace pulled some books down from the shelf. These are a little advanced for her right now. But I'm sure she'll love the work of Madeleine L'Engle in few years.
Because of the aforementioned hot temperatures, we went to the park almost immediately. What better time to enjoy the slides than before they've been roasting in the sun all day? The girls walked right past the little kids jungle gym and went right to the big kids one. "Jeez dad, we're a lot bigger than you think."
I climbed to the top of the highest slide to take this picture. The entire time Ana yelled "UP!" I felt bad to leave her down there.
Grace really is fearless. She just goes right to the slide and lets go. She loves it.
Ana on the other hand is not so fearless. She did stand on the slide, but going down it is another story.
We hit up the swings before heading back to the house for a morning snack. To answer the question you're asking in your head: Yes, her hair is always that wild.
We had a visitor yesterday too. He's a Dodger fan that had to get rid of these Blue Moon Giants pint glasses that he got from his bar. He figured that they really needed to get out of his house after the Matt Cain perfect game. Two of those glasses will be on the way to Becoming Supermommy.
Grace has some meaningful conversations with the pink ducky during bathtime.
Finally I leave you with a video of Ana. Enjoy.
"Monkey! OOH-OOH! EE-EE!"
That's all for this week. I hope everyone has a great weekend. Happy Fathers Day to all the dads and soon-to-be dads out there.