Here is Alana with her before (lower picture) and after (above) pictures when she gifted the tooth fairy last Friday.
Dean took Amy out for dinner Saturday evening for her 34th birthday. We entertained the kids for them, or rather the kids entertained us. It's fun to be a part of their bath time, getting them clean and fresh for Sunday School on Sunday morning. They were all asleep by the time their dad and mom came to pick them up. They slept through the process of getting them buckled in their seats, and slept through the reverse process when they got home. Guess we still have the energy to wear them out, huh?
She kept saying and signing, "More. More," at least four or five times, like a little bottomless jug.
Saturday afternoon we had a gully-washer. The rain poured down for about 5 minutes. It was nice and cool after that. We needed some rain to clear the air of summer. Hopefully, we've seen the last of ninety-degree temperatures. We're looking forward to a beautiful week of fall weather here in Kansas.
At the grand children's house, there's a horizontal laundry chute from the front bathroom to the laundry area. A tunnel with lots of possibilities, that is, when it's empty.
This time Derek was a puppy while Alana was the mother-dog. Even April got involved by "arf, arfing," along with them. Altogether they sound like more than just three pups. There's never a dull moment around those three.
Alana takes her age seriously which means she usually plays the dominant role. Wonder how much longer that will last?