I call it her perch. All is good in Fiona's world when she is on my right hip.
Random thought over.
Our cool weather is back to being a tease. Breezy chilled mornings and evenings, with afternoon sun heating it up to the 80s. We switch from outdoor morning snuggles and cups of coffee, to games of catch and shaded front porch picnics. My fear of red ants has started to dwindle, and prickly Florida grass is starting to feel good as we spend more and more time in it.
Fiona is the most flexible little person I have ever seen. Seriously- this girl sits up by pushing her self back into the splits. Maybe gymnastics is in her future?
Like I mentioned the other day, we skipped going to the awesome fall festival, the only thing semi-near us that resembles anything like what fall festivals are like in the Midwest, and went to the more budget friendly, local shin-dig. Which, I will admit, is getting better and better every year. Hunsader, maybe next year.
We met with some friends, ran into even more, and let the kids enjoy a Florida pumpkin "patch". More bounce houses, less pumpkins, but fun for the little ones.
Similar pictures will be filling up my camera in the upcoming week of Trunk or Treat, pumpkin picking and Halloween parties. Planning to go out of October with a bang. And then spend the first two weeks of November doing nothing but watching football and hockey. Happy Monday