Daph smeared mud up her legs and said to me, "Mud is really good for your skin, right?"
|lunch break at the mud spa|
Another time to be quiet is when all three kids are down for rest at the same time, and you can lay in the hammock while your husband slaves away laying bricks for the new fire pit. Did you know hammocks are amazing? As long as you can figure out how to get in without falling back out.
Speaking of fire pits, ours at the old house was a re-purposed wheel barrow, and we loved it. We loved it so much we were afraid we wouldn't be able to top it.
Oh, but top it we did. Check it out:
We found an old woodstove at a salvage place, managed to haul the thing home (I think it weighs 9 million pounds), and now this back corner feels like a living room. This week I got a bunch of planters put together for the area, and soon we're going to get some electricity out there so we can hang cafe lights. David has plans for a play structure nearby. Isn't it the cutest?
And speaking of cute, here's Jonas rolling around on a bed. This has nothing to do with fire pits or mud.