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Is it March??

This week we have had the most phenomenal weather. We are experiencing June-like temperatures…and it’s only mid-March. The extended forecast shows more of the same!

I never thought I’d willingly send my children to school–in shorts–in mid-March. But here they are!

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Cole really wanted to go to the beach. Instead, he settled for digging up my blooming tulips and daffodils. He created a nice dirt mound in the front lawn. Spectacular!

We didn’t have a bad winter, and it feels like spring is being supplanted by summer. I only wonder what June, July & August are going to bring?!?!

The biggest benefit of our weather has been getting outside for extended periods of time. We have gone for a walk, played on the playset, and drawn with chalk. Hubz is considering teaching Jake how to ride a two-wheeler this weekend.

Tate has been absolutely loving his ABA outside…they spend about 35 minutes out there every day.

I could get used to this…

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