It all started with a parade, that happens to begin right at our house. It travels down Main St. to the rec center. This was definitely a fun community event. We stood outside and watched the parade as the driver proceeded to throw candy to the kids, so much candy!!!!!
It was really awesome for the kids to see so many people from their own community coming together in one place. We wondered what the purpose of Brownfield Day was when one man said, “If they didn’t do a day like this none of us would take the time to talk to one another”. I think it was just a fun time to get together and celebrate the community.
My favorite thing was standing at our house and looking down Main St and feeling such a sense of community. We didn’t feel this back in CA. It was pretty cool.
Once we went down to the rec center the fun began, at least for the boys. They had a blast in this inflatable playground that was set up.
We took a break for a bit from this madness and the kids had some food. Lincoln went straight for a strawberry shortcake and Jaxxon for a hot dog. He was a bit taken back by the fact that it was pink, even though they are called red. He had me peel off the casing, but otherwise was pretty pleased with the hot dog. You got me happy with No by-products, NO fillers and NO artificial flavors.
We ended with a try at the dunk tank, dunk a volunteer fireman!
Looking forward to next year, it was a ton of fun!
We are desperately trying to get our garden finished. I keep asking myself, why is this taking so long??? This we we planned to finish. It would be beautiful outside and we would go out to garden, and within minutes, rain!!!!! It has rained all week on us.
We did manage to garden a bit, this crabgrass is crazy! Biggest part of our gardening is pulling it to clear the other space we want to be able to use.
I have discovered that something magical happens when you ask the kids to take pictures for you. Lincoln had my phone to capture Jaxx, and I just love the photos he captured! Jaxx is doing a great job pulling up the crab grass, when he isn’t busy playing with the hose and soaking himself and everything else within spraying distance.
We plan to finish up this week. Buying more plants!!!!
We currently have 3 different types of tomatoes, bell peppers, zucchini, cucumbers, cauliflower, dragon peppers, basil and a blueberry bush. I only have a few photos but will keep posting as we watch our garden grow.
It has been a fun project plating together with the kiddos. They are super excited to be able to pick their own food. I am hoping it will make Jaxxon try more veggies….
I toyed around with this post all night. Do I post or not?? That was really my big question.
So I decided it would be fun to play a little game. Never have I ever… Have you played?
So we recently bought an old farmhouse in Maine, and we love it. Our home was built in 1794, 224 year ago. Additions is mid 1800’s, so still a long time ago.
I would love to see your comments on things that you never ever had to go through prior to moving into a new place of your own.
Here is mine!
Never have I ever had to use a toilet plunger so often.
We have a strict no wipes down the toilet, we don’t need them in the leach field. So that isn’t the cause. But I feel that every few days after the little ones go to the bathroom, we are always having to plunge the toilets. So it made me think. Do these kids poop bigger than they did 200 years ago? Our toilets aren’t 200 years old so it has to be the plumbing system.
What have you encountered that you never thought you would have to go through? Leave me a comment!