Leo loves his new bike! He told me this morning that he doesn't want to go to swimming lessons tonight because he wants to ride his bike all night. I don't know about all night, but we will definitely cruise around on his bike this evening!
Leo had his tonsils and adenoids removed. It was very scary for us, and we are so glad it is over. The recovery was pretty rough, but after a post-op appointment, the doctor assured us he is healing well. My poor little guy. Luckily, he had trusty Buzz Lightyear to keep him company.
He got the sweetest card from our little friend Trista from school. This brought tears to my eyes!
Here is Leo just a few day later...
Now he is back to his normal, happy, wonderful self!
We thought it might be fun to go to the County Fair and see some animals and eat some fair food. Well, we got to see some animals, but they were all crowded in little cages. To top it off, we were there at 11:30 and the food booths didn't open until 1:00. Really? Ugh. The kids weren't thrilled either. Plus, it was exactly 1,000,000 degrees outside. Yuck.
I forgot my camera, so took these with my phone on a "vintage" setting. They are kinda cool, I think.
Leo has been in swimming lessons for the last three weeks. He had so much fun that we just signed him up for the next session, so another three weeks of lessons are coming!
This is one of our teachers, Lizzie. I've literally known Liz her entire life, I babysat her she was just a little baby! She is such a sweetie. Leo and all of the other kids are now her new best friends.
This was posted on iheartplymouth.com today, a neat website about the Plymouth community. Just a cute little article I thought I would share.
Have a great 4th of July weekend!
Jenny, Leo and Marcy
Little Leo with a Big Green Thumb!
Little Leo Sickmiller is parading his garden delight proudly. He planted it and pulled it, but Mom Jenny bets he won't eat it because as courageous as this little tiger looks, he's not ready to eat onions!