I feel a little bit guilty writing this post, since the majority of the country is being hit with a massive cold front ... but we're coming off of the most beautiful fall weekend! The nights have been just cool enough to throw a quilt on the bed, but the days have been glorious! Saturday and Sunday were both in the lows 80s, so we spent most of the weekend outside, riding bikes, hanging out at our favorite parks, and playing with lots and lots of cousins.
Needless to say, the boys needed a bit of a day to lay low and recover, but they rallied themselves enough this afternoon for one last trip to the park in shorts! They were so excited to watch a little herd of deer hang out along the edges of the nearby yards and were really excited to point out the little splashes of fall colors down in the valley, below.
The Deciduous Tree and Wild Nature Survivor Guy episodes of Sesame Street are our favorites right now, so fall is kind of a big deal right now.
Since the weather is supposed to drop more than 10 degrees tomorrow and we have rain heading our way in another day or two, it was a great way to spend the afternoon before turning to more indoors-y activities.
I'll be back later this week with an Aspen Glow progress report and a knitting update - right now, though, I'm going to cozy up with a blanket and work on my NY Cardigan sleeves. Happy Monday. :)