If my kids could get in that space, they would try jumping from block stump to block stump, guaranteed. Before they added the block, there was just the foundation cement laid and I had just about had my fill of inside togetherness so I let the kids go outside and play. Literally, they ran around the cement like it was a track, singing Katy Perry's "Roar" at the top of their lungs.
No, I didn't get a video.
Yes, I regret it.
To the left of Rachel there is a huge dirt pile and they love climbing it. In their church dresses, obviously.
Why no, we don't have steps to the backyard yet. *Twitch* Luckily, the dogs have been really good about going in the front yard or walking around the gate to go in the back. I will still never take the steps for granted again.
And you wouldn't believe how many people have asked how they got the cement mixer in our yard. Well, if you can see, the fence is now junked from being taken apart at just about every point. They're going to fix it in the end and grade the yard and put down seed, thankfully.
And that bad boy also missed my pitching mat. (Double thankfully.)
They're calling for rain and storms here for the next few days so I don't think we'll see anyone until the middle of the week. It also makes me thankful that we don't have anything up that could be damaged.
Stay safe, my friends!