It has been very summerlike here of late...more like June than February. The interesting part is that there's still snow on the ground, so it looks a bit incongruous.
But Q and I have been taking advantage of the weather to hit as many playgrounds as possible this week.
btw, I have to address the elephant in the room and say that she's killing me with this gigantic bow that she's wearing everywhere right now. She usually loathes hair accessories, and I can't get her to wear so much as a clip or tie in her hair. But she found this bow on a St. Paddy's Day display the other day, and for some curious reason she just adores it.
Greeting a miniature husky. Who knew there was such a thing as a miniature husky?
I mean, does this bow not kill you??
Seriously, she is such a ham sometimes.
This is not a pose, however. She's indicating that she wants to go climb the giant butterfly...
This is the giant butterfly. She is quite the natural climber, our three-year-old. Climbing classes at the rec center don't take kids this young, and it's too bad, because she's just a ringer at it. But as my husband pointed out, it's not like you want them running off to scale a wall every time you're not looking, not at this age!
A big thumbs-up at the top.
Isn't it odd, this much snow on the ground, and bare feet? But it really is that warm out!
She's so graceful, I just love to watch her move.
And here's the cake-topper: building snowmen in a tank dress and sandals. In February.
Only in Colorado!