We finally got our act together and forked over the $3.50 to get play sand for Carson’s sand table (Christmas gift–if you remember.) As you can see, the sand has the ability to make any new toy look like it’s been used for years. Carson took to it right away, even though we were quickly losing light.
He then learned a valuable lesson, that when you make a mini-mountain of sand and then BLOW on it, you will get sand in your eyes.
It was pretty cool: the next day, even though it was like 32 degrees outside, it was a beautiful, sunny day. We bundled up in sweaters, hats and coats and moved the table to the sunny side of the deck, where he played in sand and I read the mail. See, now, with this play-by-play, don’t you just feel like you were there with us?