Friday, June 08, 2007

Summertime Fun

Yesterday we broke out the wading pool.... Miss L couldn't wait. After our trip to the zoo fell through we decided to pull out the pool.

So Miss L ran into the house and came out of her room with her swimsuit on and (almost) ready to swim.

Something....didn't ...quite.....look....right. Was it the fact that her bottoms were on sideways, with the skirt falling down over the top of one leg? Or the fact that her top was on backwards.....with her boobies showing? I am not sure.... Maybe this is the fashion these days. Miss L has always been a trend setter.



Call it a wardrobe malfunction, or whatever you would like. Momma had some adjusting to do before the big "pool par-tay".



Now, Mr B on the other hand, is a different story. His attire had to be...just right. You know, pool worthy. Right down to the life jacket. Because everyone knows life jackets are to be worn in the water.......right?


So, this is how are afternoon romp went. Kids in the pool, kids out of the pool. Kids in the pool, kids out of the pool. Kids in the pool, kids out of the pool.



I think you get the picture. Maybe it was the cold well water that they kept filling the pool up with, to then dump out onto the deck that kept them on their toes..... Either way, fun was had by all.


And although Miss L is always looking for an adventure (like her dad), yesterday Mr B was a little more on the safe side. I mean, really, a life jacket AND a floatation device in a 4" deep wading pool, with mom playing lifeguard? He was a picture of exercised caution.



And a cute one at that!

4 comments:

jen said...

that bathing suit pic is hilarious. and it looks like a terrific time.

Tabba said...

That first pic with the wardrobe malfunction was so funny.

The kids look so cute!

Thirty-One Trendy said...

Ok ths is the 1st time I've been to your blog and I was laughing so hard even my husband had to come and investgate. Too funny!

Erin said...

Your daughter is cracking me up! My 2 1/2 year old daughter dresses herself everyday- and I redress her before venturing into public!