An event that our FIAR group enjoys is something we call the Expo. Its a combination music, singing, art show. We started with a performance portion. Rebecca began the show with a vocal performance from the play Les Miserables. :)
Isaiah added in a Lego stop motion movie.
Then we move into a room where displays are set up of many things from art - painting, drawing, sculpting, Lego creations, sewing, jewelry, animation and so much more! Its such a treat to see these creations! And I think the kids really enjoy showing off what they have made.
Eliana brought her Corduroy bear. She is so proud of this bear and often shows it to me. :)
A photo of the artists, but not a great overall shot of all the things we had to see. (There were more tables!)
This has been a fun tradition for our family - the Krispy Kreme run! Christopher has run in it for 4 years. Roger for several and Joshua joined this year (but did not eat all of the doughnuts!).
Just a sweet picture of my littlest princess and one of her favorite pals who goes just about everywhere with her.
One of our field trips for the month was to the science museum.
The younger children went to a program on life cycles.
Afterwards, we explored the museum on our own. This photo of my girl relaxing with her friend just made me laugh.
We enjoyed ice cream afterwards. Everyone found this easy. :)
For our book club we read Code Name Verity. If you read it, stick through it as its a different style of writing. I can't really explain more because it would spoil the book. Its a story about two friends, British women, during World War II. A spy, capture and more. There is some language if you are considering this for a younger reader.
Just closing with a few random things. Joshua hurt his foot/ankle and was resting. Eliana decided that she could help to make it all better. She got a band-aid, put it on his leg and declared, "All better".
My very talented daughter knitted herself this cute cap!
A sweet month. Full of time with people I love.
Blessed and thankful,