The day finally arrived for Scott and Jonah to see Cars 3 in theaters.
My mom took them to the movies while we went out to dinner.
Perry is grabby with screens.
We took Wendy to the Children's Discovery museum while she was here. We went on the light rail, which is usually the kids' favorite part of the day.
Scott and his map. Actually it's a time table, but he didn't care.
Driving the fire truck.
Our family faces
Hitchin a ride
John opening his Father's Day gifts.
Perry wore his paper tie for him.
Jonah is especially good at celebrating other people on their special days. Scott's getting better about not focusing on himself, but it's always come naturally for Jonah.
Three squishy boys. Such a lucky daddy.
Sandals are on and he's ready to go.
We started swim lessons at the community center.
It was a hot, hot week and was hard for Perry (and us!) to see the cool, inviting water and not go in. I ended up signing all 3 boys up for another 2 week session so we could get more pool time this summer.
They love Wendy, especially because she'll read to them until her voice is hoarse.
Scott willingly puts his head under water now. He's come a long way since last year.
Jonah was trying to get Perry's attention. We went to Chick Fil A one Saturday morning to try their breakfast food.
Then we went down the street to Happy Hollow. Jonah was the only one on the Frog Hopper.
Scott helped Perry on the car ride.
They both wanted to sit by Perry on the granny bugs.
The go-kart was the highlight of this trip. It's usually closed, but I noticed a sign that said you could ride it yourself, just take 2 laps and pass it on. I have no clue how long it's been open, but I've never seen anyone use it before.
Jonah was technically too short for the ride, but we moved the seat forward and he did great.
Another fun surprise was our new trampoline. Our friends are adding on to their house, so their trampoline didn't fit in their backyard anymore. We were happy to take it.
Scott said it's big enough for grown ups, so Wendy went on with them. It takes up a lot more yard than I was expecting, but it's a great use of space for them. Especially in the summer when it's all weeds back there anyway.
On Monday we picked Amanda up for a day at Muir Woods.
Traffic was a nightmare, so Perry was overjoyed to get out of the car.
He pointed everything out to us, including the warning signs every few feet on the boardwalk.
Jonah's animal stack.
Churros at the SJ Giants game.
Perry cheering. He loves clapping when people around him clap.
Passing time during another swim lesson.
Dreaming about our parent baby class the next week when we could swim, too.
Jonah and Scott bravely jumped off the diving board.
Perry took his plate of edamame and put a few beans in each bowl.
Wendy left us early to visit Rick and his family before flying home. It was not a happy day for the boys. She watched them while I substitute taught a week of summer school and Perry really latched on to her. Scott and Jonah kept asking when she was coming back.
To distract them, we went to try a new park in Sunnyvale with a big water feature.
Then stopped at John's work before coming home. Which means had some snacks.
My grocery shopping buddy with his scraggly hair.
Another night my mom took the older boys to see the Minions movie and I made one pot pasta for dinner as a surprise for John. He loved it.
June really flew by!