April 14, 2009

On the Move

We've started up again with classes...lots of classes these last few weeks. We've added to our regular library class a music class and a book baby class. Working here and there on sewing projects that will be reveled later, when it's their turn. We had a busy weekend as well, as I'm sure most everyone's was, working in the yard, cleaning and digging and going out of town. We've been b.u.s.y. ladies around here. In hopes that next time we blink, summer will be on our door step. Not to say we're not enjoying the spring, it's just a *little* unpredictable, woke up to snow cover again this morning. Or at least to have consistently warm days and warm evenings. It sure would be nice to take walks with Papa after dinner and maybe, just maybe, stop along the way at the ice cream shop.

In the midst of our busyness Piper has decided it's time for her to walk. Precisely, last Wednesday she decided. It may have been all of the walkers in her new classes that gave her the confidence she needed to launch into this new world. Still crawls quite a bit, but we'll get there.


Piper has also found new love for the glider in the reading corner upstairs. Mostly since she learned that she could climb on even though it moves.

5 comments:

R said...

What a precious child! Your family sounds like ours, refusing to get sucked into the urban frenzy. We have a farm and I'm a crafter, too! What a happy, wholesome life! I love Blogger and getting to see what cool people there are out there in the world.

Camille said...

Cutest Bookworm Baby ever! Can't wait to see her mad skills in action! Uncle Bruce will be thrilled she's taken to the glider. Did you send him a pic?

Storm said...

She looks so grown up sitting in her little chair. . . adorable!

Anonymous said...

Way to go Piper!!!

Walking, Reading, Signing,...

I can't wait to see what you are up to next!

-Andrea

Anonymous said...

Finally! It must have been all of those walking psychic thoughts I was sending her way. I'm so proud. Plus she's reading those books, gotta love a bookworm!
-Olly