We’ve been to Teusink’s many times over the years, and even for preschool night several times, but this was probably the nicest weather we’ve had for one of these nights. Well, it started that way anyway, and was still sunny when we left, but the temperature had dropped nearly 20 degrees. Much fun was had.
The girls recently completed their sessions at Champion Gymnastics with a “show” for family members on a Saturday afternoon. They put on an exhibition with their age groups, with a long enough break between them that we could grab lunch. Pictures of lunch are not included here.
As our week of Tulip Time continues, the temperature reached into the low 80s with brilliant sunshine as we headed downtown for the Kinder Parade.
Well, we’ve had a busy past few days. Aly danced Friday night at Centennial Park, twice at the same park on Saturday, which also hosted an art festival, and we also spent a bunch of time at Kinderplaats on a beautiful Saturday, with Grandma Jan and Grandpa Bill there to help share the fun. Today, Aly danced twice more, this time at Kollen Park on the stage during another visit to Kinderplaats, with surprise guests Lizzy and Kevin.
An annual tradition at First Presbyterian Preschool is the Mother’s Day Tea, where the girls and the moms dress up for an event. Being that I’m not a mother, I’ve never attended one, but Rachel attended her third one earlier this week.