I know this because:
1. All of my children's pants barely reach their ankle bones. (And I refuse to buy new ones when they only have 11 school days before they can wear shorts!)
2. I saw my first robin of the season. I've been looking for it daily, and today it flew right in front of my car while I drove to the playground. And when I got home, the driveway was full of them.
It's time to kick back in the soon-to-be green grass/weeds and enjoy the warm sunshine.
Time to see how much we've grown in those few months of winter.
Who has outgrown his shorts?
|Nice knees, Phoenix! Looks like we need to work on your color scheme when we get you those new shorts.|
|The first thing he said when he got to the top was, "Where are the pigs?" Um, the freezer.|
What work needs to be done?
|Do you think we may want to work on the pigs' barn before they get here?|
|Don't bloom yet, little tree! Spring isn't actually here.|
Is the garden ready to go?
|This will be a problem. If she is in the garden now, you know she will want to be there when it's full of tomatoes!|
|Looks like the zip line needs to be tightened before someone breaks a leg. (Of course, that just means that they will be going full speed when they hit the tree at the end of the line!)|
Although, with it being lower, look who's big enough to zip!
Each year I am amazed all over again at the growing and changing that can happen in a few short months.
Almost makes me want to go through winter all over again, so I can watch a little closer.
Have a lovely, spring-like day!