We had a busy weekend this weekend. Friday night we went to our neighborhood library. The library is moving locations, so we went to the goodbye party for the old library. Cooper has been going here 3 times a week for 3 years, so this library has been such a part of his life. Cooper wanted to get dressed up so he wore a combination of pajamas (because it was a pajama party) and suspenders/bow tie. He told me in the morning that he wanted to wear his suspenders and bow tie and said “I can’t wait for everyone to see me look so fancy!”. Dziadzia dressed to match Cooper.
After we got home, we had another block party to go to. One of our neighbors is moving to Japan for work, so it was kind of a good bye party. We had a bounce house again and the kids had a great time.
Saturday we went to the annual car show in our neighborhood.
These were my favorite cars.
But of course, Cooper liked the park more than the cars so we played there for a bit.
Sunday we celebrated Father’s Day. Cooper made Kirk a nice picture frame. He painted the rocks and then glued them on the frame. He loved lining up the rocks on the frame. Then we all went to my parent’s house where we had a really nice time playing outside and relaxing.
Says: Cooper asked “mommy are you going to curl your hair today?” And I said “no Cooper. I have a pony tail today so I’m not going to curl it.” He said “That’s ok mommy. You still look beautiful.”
Cooper walked into my parent’s house on Sunday for the Father’s Day lunch and said “I came for the party. Is it set up yet?”
Cooper bite his nails and cuticles sometimes, and I told him that he can’t pick at the skin around his nails because it will hurt. And he said “And I need my skin to protect my bones.”
Cooper is big on secrets this week. If I ask him what he had for lunch, he will say “it’s a secret.”
One afternoon the sky got really cloudy and I said I was wondering if it was going to rain. Cooper said “No it’s not raining. The clouds just came out to enjoy the sunshine. Sometimes they come to rain and sometimes they come to see the sun and cover it so we can’t see the sun.”