Katie Beth is having a great time. The sucking sound of the mud is great.
Katie Beth height is just right for the tunnels.
And, I even have five bars of AT&T signal. Ha!
You can give a child a creek and rocks and they will have fun for hours.
Today was extra special, because other children were playing at the creek.
We are out hiking through the woods near our house.
Katie Beth is having a great time limbing over logs and collecting leaves for her mommy.
We are about to start turning over logs to look and see.
Katie Beth is having a blast in this freezing cold and rain.
They say it is 46°F, but they lie!
Karen got out our drug store quality stethoscope and Katie Beth has been playing doctor or veterinary all day.
Katie Beth has had each of us laydown so she hear our hearts and any other internal sounds. She got to hear my mummy growl.
Our cat has been a good sport, too.
She became a hippie when we weren’t watching – hair band, tattoos, and a WDW 1st visit pen on her.
She got into every drawer in the room. She pulled down all of the books that she could reach. If she had matches, she may have been planning on burning the book. We just don’t know.
And, she trashed her room. I guess this is her being a conscientious objector.
Karen has taken Katie Beth to Sci-Quest today for one of their day programs. Katie Beth is seen here in her roll as Dr. Katie Beth. Note: the stethoscope is not in her ears.
I appreciate the little boy letting Katie Beth checking out his heart.
Katie Beth did her first puzzle without help.
Karen got her started with the four corners, but Katie Beth went on to
put in the remaining 20 something pieces while we made dinner.
We are having a great time at the playground in Sherwood Park.
Katie Beth is trying everything again as if it was all new.