Monday, July 31, 2017

kantor summer fun: tomato bum edition

Totally hilarious to our crew. Sorry if this potty humour offends.

Saturday, July 29, 2017

kantor summer fun: recycled pinata edition

Spent the afternoon with old S+L friends, and the kids enjoyed whacking the same pinata they have been whacking for three? four? years now. And I enjoyed whacking away at good, long overdue conversation.

Friday, July 28, 2017

kantor summer fun: writing on walls edition

We have completely run out of things to do. So now I'm letting them write on the walls.
(Ha ha. Just kidding! I haven't lost my marbles! We're doing renos and this wall is coming down. So just letting them have at it while they can.)

Thursday, July 27, 2017

kantor summer fun: let's play ball edition

Henry's season has wrapped up, Joe has a couple more weeks, and Janie's their biggest fan.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

kantor summer fun: moynihantor edition

Had some summer fun with our friends at a (not quite) halfway meeting point. We love catching up with these people, and I'm especially grateful because the grown-ups of their family introduced the grown-ups of this family to each other.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

kantor summer fun: sushi edition

To our surprise, it turned out pretty tasty. I mean, we're not impressing any Japanese sushi artists or anything, but it was good to our ages 2- to 43-year-old standards.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

kantor summer fun: giant bubbles edition

The bubbles were fun, but the mixture killed the grass. Win some, lose some.

Friday, July 21, 2017

yurt the best

We knocked another thing off our summer list... yurting! And it was so good. Four days camping at Charleston Lake Provincial Park with our people - swimming, hiking, canoeing, marshmallowing, catching fireflies, identifying ticks (that part was not fun), eating sand (that was just Jane), playing Uno, learning to speak Loon, hiking up the hill to the bathroom, going to bed late, dunking kids in the water, just being. Holidays are good. The laundry after a holiday is a bit overwhelming. But holidays are still good.