I'm catching up on my summer photos. I may finish sometime around, ohhhhhh 2019. So Mark that in your calendar. But until then, here's what July 10th looked like.
06:08 // Nannie feeds Lyra breakfast.
06:38 // We're still recovering from jet lag, and the kids are up early. Hugo goes outside to explore the treehouse that Papa built.
06:57 // Potty training.
07:25 // I played monopoly with Stella during Lyra's very early nap. Stella tires of this quickly, and then opts for morning games with Nannie.
09:39 // We take a trip to town. This phone booth is a relic of my younger years when no cabin on the lake had phone service. Sunday evenings would see a line forming outside this little booth as cottagers called home and gave their loved ones the lake report.
12:33 // This is my favourite stretch of road before we hit the turn off to the lake.
12:56 // In the boat, back from town where I went for a run while Papi and Papa looked after the kids. And bought a potty seat.
14:15 // Some quiet time with the computer.
16:41 // The little ones wake late from a nap.
17:37 // We all pile in the boat for a short ride across our small bay.
18:50 // We go to Uncle Emmett's for a "steam" the kids swim in the lake until they are blue and crying of cold.
19:23 // Stella asks me to make her portrait. She almost never asks this, so of course I do.
19:39 // Swimming towels drying at the end of the day.