We tried hard to soak in the sunlight on the last few days in Florida before we head out on vacation. We have been having a blast hanging out with friends at the Dunedin Edgewater Park and beach.
Collecting nature or climbing in the trees, we are having a blast.
Tonight we went to the beach with a bunch of friends. We hunted crabs and other animals in the water.
I was very brave and caught a LOT of cool things.
I found a welk.
Trying to catch a BIG crab.
There it is!
I love my new (old) friends and I will miss them this summer.
These pictures make it look like a cake walk for me. I was stuck to Mom like glue and refused to do warm ups. The coaches allowed Mommy to sit out on the floor with me. It took me a while but I warmed up to the idea. My first circuit was FANTASTIC! I nailed everything. Even the coach was amazed at how strong I was at some of the things on rings and bars. Everyone cheered really loud for me! I finally loosened up and calmed down and then started to really enjoy things.
Doing my second circuit.
Look at that form! I rock the v-sit!
Me and this other 4 year old were put with the 5-6 year olds. Some of the kids in our group were beyond amazing and flipping on the rings like really olympians! Me and the kid next to me took the goofy approach.
We kept falling off the cushion we were supposed to me sitting still on. Yeah right, I can’t sit still unless I am on Mommy’s lap!
I can kick about 2/3 of the way up to a handstand now. Mr. Grant helped me get all the way up and hold a nice handstand.
Forward rolls down the ramps.
Happy boy after my last event.
Waiting with the other gymnasts for our awards.
Getting my medal.
Emmerson! A bit goofy but all love.
I even got a boy trophy this year. Last year I got a girl one by their mistake. They fixed it though!
So proud of our little munchkin!
I am finally finding some more friends my age in the homeschool groups. We had a nice hike at the nature park today. I played with a shell the entire time!
I liked looking in the shells for more shells that may be special.
I named this peacock “pea-cock-pea pea”. We followed him for a long time.
I keep telling Mommy I am too old for Music with Mar. As you can see in this picture I am the biggest in the class.
This is the closest kid to my age and he is a year younger than I am. This was the first time I danced with another kid in class.
Goodbye Ms. Mar! I will miss you… and this stingray too!