So we did it. We made the unicorn poo cookies.
Addy’s unicorn appears to be doing well on fiber…
And that was just the start. We had munchkins from Dunkin Donuts. Ask Coey, they’re full of magic.
Addy had gymnastics and a special guest came 2,000 miles to witness how excited she is to do stretches and jump on trampolines and do her first, unassisted I might add, back pullover on the bar. 2,000 miles, now that’s magic…OK, Molly might have come home for a wedding…but it still felt like magic.
The kids played in my mama’s garden, where you don’t need shoes, you can sit on top of picnic tables, the landscaping rock beds hold surprise sea shells, and you can get as messy as you want. Any kid would tell you a visit to their grandparents’ typically feels like magic.
We took Addy to the circus for the first time, where, after her squeals and exclamations of "beauuuutiful" and "amaaazing" she was magically transformed into this lil’ tiger cub…
The Labor Day parade delivered a sense of community for me and a boat load of candy for the kiddos. Again, say it with me now, Magic. I mean, hello?! The weinermobile!