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Bella Plays Outside

Bella Plays Outside

I’m trying to be better at getting Bella outside for a little bit each day to get some fresh air and reduce cabin fever. A few anecdotes from today’s adventures. . . .

I was nursing Sophia down for her nap in the bedroom, Bella was out in the backyard playing. I heard an odd rumbling like her wagon being dragged over pavement. Only there’s no pavement in the back yet, a patio is on our to-do list for the spring. Bella laughed hysterically, the wagon rumbled. I was perplexed.

Once Sophie was sleeping soundly, I put her down and went to look. Bella was dragging her little plastic wagon up the ladder and sending it down the slide. It just fit.

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I just had to reprimand Bella for throwing a rock at the sliding glass door. Oops.

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Bella, knocking at the back door, “Will you come outside and play with me, mama?”

Me: “No, it’s too cold for mama.”

Bella: “You need a coat.”

Me: “No, I’m not coming outside.”

Bella: “You need a coat.”

Me: “No, I’m not coming outside.”

Bella: “You need a coat.”

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  • The way your girls play and react to each other remind me so much of my boys 4 years old and 18 months.  The younger will wake up and call his brother’s name.  I am so grateful for this time when they genuinely enjoy each other’s company and love each other as they do.  It is so amazing the way they grow and learn.  My younger one has taken to taking things apart or sitting for a while trying to figure out how to fit things together.  I am so happy for you and your girls.  I love reading about your days, even though you have girls, they so often reflect my days and happenings.  God bless!

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