This was the day that Kevin finished the kids' fort.
It took all day, but they finally got the roof on it.
And they added their sign with their club name: Clubhouse ArlingtonThey all wrote their name on the sign.
Then they came up with club rules and consequences.
As you can see, the last 2 pictures were taken as it was getting dark outside. It took Kevin all day to build this thing.
This clubhouse is seriously going to be a ton of fun for all the kids in the cove!
This day was absolutely gorgeous! It truly felt like a summer day, and we got to bust out the flipflops!
We started our last day of spring break at Joe's Crab Shack. We figured the sand on the playground was as close as we were going to get to the beach this week.
After lunch we met my mom and several other Arlington friends at the Arlington playground where they were making an ad to promote a municipal school district. They asked my mom to speak on camera since she has such a strong educational background and a vested interest in the whole thing.
I love this picture of Hannah and Ava. Jason was throwing the frisbee behind them, and I took the picture just as it was behind Hannah's head. It looks like a halo over her head.
Before we left the park, I found the brick we donated to help build the Playground of Dreams.
Then we took all the kids to Jerry's Snow Cones.
We have been there several times, but I have never seen the line as long as it was today. It literally wrapped around and around.
Cami hung out with Jason.
Ava just hung out.
And after 50 minutes of waiting, we finally made it to the front of the line. Elia was a little excited.
Here are three happy girls after we placed our order, and we were waiting on them to make our snow cones.
Not so sure I would say the snow cones were worth the 50 minute wait, but at least we had a pretty day to stand in line with good friends.