Watch Your Step

Got these gems during our trip to Disney World.

[dropcap style=”color: #9b9b9b;”]I[/dropcap] blinked and it’s already October.

At least, it seems that way when I look at my kids and see how much they’ve grown this year alone.

Doesn’t it always, though?

Martin and I are in the midst of a few home projects, such as re-doing our bathrooms. For the past few weekends, we cordoned off sections of the house, forbidding our children to engage with us, forcing them to fend for themselves when it came to food and entertainment.

So, fueled by a diet of cereal, milk, cheese cubes, slices of bread, chocolate-covered pretzels, and soda, my children got creative with their Legos, emptied their closets and toy chests, and re-organized the family room making blanket forts.

My oldest also created this using one of her Lego sets and her digital point-and-shoot camera.

It’s called “Watch Your Step.”