In the meantime, we just enjoyed the day at the Morin-Heights Strawberry Social. Thanks to Gran and Grandad who slaved away in the kitchen.
Later we relaxed with Mr. Turtle.
Seems Gran and Grandad thought she'd enjoy her couscous better if she served herself...
So this morning, we continued along the same trend, and Alice ate her breakfast fruit with the most functional utensils she could find: her fingers!
Actually, "ate" is a generous term. She mostly painted the high chair tray!
Playing on the lawn at Katherine's.
Okay, so she's not eating here... but it looks like she's thinking about preparing food.
The field crew rolling out the maps and programming their GPS's in the field office.
In my mouth!!!!
(this is the new outfit that grand-maman gave me, perfect for a nice summer day like today)
For supper, I lassoed myself some veggie couscous!
Looks like my fang is poking out, right?
Nope, that's just a grain of couscous!Bet you guys forgot about this toy... it sure makes a neat noise when I shake it.
Is this spoon big enough?
Using my new "lil' dipper" (a spoon in training)
Did I say spoon? I meant trowel!!!
People watching at the mall to keep cool!
(notice Alice's first ever ponytail)
And for your Alice viewing pleasure, here she is watching her dad take care of bid'ness. (and eating a snack!)
This is method of transportation is much cheaper than slinging barrels by helicopter. Thats all helicopter fuel ironically.
Thankfully our friends at the mine went over and helped the boys out.