September is quickly approaching and our schedules have been filled with so many fun things. We've spent a lot of time outdoors enjoying the nice weather while it's still here. Madelyn had fun riding her bike around on the trail by the lake.
She was being so cute waving to everyone as she rode by ringing her little bell.
I'll be looking forward to trying some more fruits every month! I'm sure Madelyn will be just as excited too. She loves her fruit!
Then earlier in the week, my brother came to visit with his girls. We had such a nice time getting together. I took Madelyn and my nieces mini golfing while Mike, my mom, and brother went to the driving range.
We had such a good time! My oldest niece joked around with me saying I had the stalker golf ball because we kept hitting them in the same spots. We even scored a one in the same hole. What are the odds of that happening!
We had a campfire later on to warm us up and lit some sparklers. What a fun night it was! This was one of the few pictures I captured from the night.
Madelyn had no intentions of leaving grandpa Lee's house that night. She told me she was too comfortable on Ashley's lap and wanted to sleep over.
We had a Birthday party over the weekend too. Madelyn's friend Brooke turned four years old. It was carnival themed so she had plenty of games set up for the kids. Madelyn had a fun time. Her favorite game was the one where you pick the ducks out of the water. She was excited getting her face painted for the first time.
By the time we left the party, Madelyn passed out in the car. All those activities tired her out.
I also found a drink made with Ginger that seems to be helping me feel better so far. It burns your throat going down and tastes pretty awful but I'll take it over feeling sick.
Here are some pictures from our shopping experience.
We also had a little bit of a scare yesterday morning. Madelyn was playing in the bedroom stringing some beads while I was getting dressed. Next thing I know, she looked over at me a little worried and said, "mom can you get these rhinoceros horns out of my nose?" I laughed thinking she was joking around but decided to check her nose to be safe. To my surprise, she had shoved a bead up each nose. Thank God I managed to get them both out using a thin pair of tweezers. She's always full of surprises!