The child can only identify four letters but here is his reading assignment for kindergarten.
Jasmine has taken to the skateboard lately.
Some of Adam's behavioral issues have cleared up with him being in the smaller more supervised school setting. So I asked him if he wanted to try the 3/4 mile swim. Swimming is not his strong point, although he's had lessons. He'd rather hold his head up than breathe even though I've explained it's much easier to let the water hold the weight of his head.
The reason for the swimming is that we've talked about him doing a triathlon and swimming is part of it.
This was 7 a.m. Jessica and I quickly made a chick fil a run.
"If he drowns, can I have his chicken biscuit?"
Drop that head and get a move on!
Last, but he made it.
The slide is going on.
Only the rock wall left to do and some of the hardware was missing. It's been a long project due to Jessica's school/work/extracurriculars.
Jessica is the one who takes the jet ski to and from the dock.
Ty's not overdressed for the bay, he has to leave for work as soon as his food's done.
I'd say the marshmallows are done.
filling the tank
Kayla goes out by herself!
She was the only one of the little three brave enough to do this.
So, where's Adam? Well, I dropped him about 1/4 mile out. He swam in, then rode 12 miles on his bike and then jogged three. That's the triathlon distances are in two weeks. I asked him how he felt about earning a privilege and he said, "You consider letting me torture myself a privilege?" Hmmm. I guess if it's not a cell phone or game boy, it's not a privilege.