Another week has gone by. When I meet up with friends and I’m asked how my week has gone or what’s new, I have a really hard time remembering. Life is full and busy, so sometimes it’s hard to recall what happened even just yesterday. Looking through my weekly photos has been pretty fun, since I’m amazed by some of the variety and detail of life that I so easily forget.

The weather has been so awesome lately that much of our free time has been outside. These moments coloring were fit into the more mellow times inside.

Corvallis lifestyle photographer
Corvallis lifestyle photographer

This is the automatic sitting position at the table. Feet.

Corvallis lifestyle photography

Losing a tooth is so exciting! I think this one came out while she was eating. I try to avoid all tooth pulling. Ew.

Corvallis lifestyle photography - losing a tooth

So cute! They raise pigs for 4H too.

Corvallis lifestyle photography - drawing
Corvallis lifestyle photographer - siblings

They found ducks. Zoe wanted to check them out but the kids just wanted to watch.

Corvallis lifestyle photography - outdoors

Mud is fun.

Corvallis lifestyle photography - kids and mud

It’s not like it was hot out when they were washing off with cold well water. But they’re not getting in the house any other way!

Corvallis lifestyle photography - kids and mud

The trampoline is even more used than the dirt road and mud. I’m amazed by how many games and activities they come up with.

Corvallis lifestyle photography - kids and trampoline

I used to have the kids put their hair up all the time, just so it wouldn’t get all snarly. I’ve come to enjoy having them leave it down just because it’s pretty fun to take photos of while they’re jumping.

Corvallis children
Corvallis lifestyle photographer
Corvallis children
Corvallis children
Corvallis children
Corvallis children

This totally reminds me of trying to use big garbage bags to parachute off the porch.

Corvallis children

I took the kids up to the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum. All the reading of the exhibits wore their brains out and then the playground outside filled them back up with energy.

Children
Children

The two buildings that housed the museum were so cool. The planes and everything else too, but when I was taking photos I couldn’t help but focus on the lines and light offered by the buildings.

Children
Children

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