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Play Date on the Farm

I am really delinquent in posting these pictures... they are way over due. But better late than never. We have the privilege to hang with some awesome ladies on a weekly basis, in a little playgroup we have. Tyler has been having a lot of fun with these kids, and I have benefited so much from their friendship and care. Here are a few pictures from a play date at the Alexander's house...

The three kids that are walking... sharing a toy I think... Katie, Tyler, and Noah.

This was when Rakel got covered in kids! All of a sudden they all decided to pile on her and "share" the toy Faith was playing with!

So then, we decided to take a little walk around the farm and give the kids a tour of the animals! Tyler has just learned how to say some animal noises, so he was super excited to see the cows. Although, I kept telling him to say moo, all I got was "Arf" which is what he says about all the animals he sees!
Do you like his little Mohawk in the back??

This photo was Janelle's idea, it was the artist in her! I don't think I captured it quite as creatively as she would have~ plus the kids were not to fond of sitting still!

He just loved the chickens. Every time I said "bawk bawk" he would crack up!

Such a serious boy...

The two boys bonding!

I am so grateful to God for his provision of friends who are in the same season of life I am in. It is such a blessing to be able to learn from them and laugh with them, as we try to figure out this whole mommy business. Thank you ladies for the love and care you have showed me and my boy. We are so grateful.