After an extended, 4-month-long summer (thanks to our cross-country move), Z started 2nd grade at her first school in Virginia!
Eating lunch in the cafeteria.
A on the job with the staff/faculty brass quintet.
And in the platoon formation at a ceremony.
Cammie Cat loves a warm uniform.
And this is her usual pose every evening.
At least the lazy catsy is a good reading buddy.
In September, we also had our Maryland family visit us again! We took Thea N and cousin J to the awesome Children's Museum in Portsmouth.
The kids had a blast exploring everything in the museum.
The cousin's favorite part was playing in grocery store and working the cash register.
Z also loved playing vet to the sick kitties.
Born to be wild.
Thanks for visiting us, cousin J, and we look forward to seeing you again next month!
Our family also enjoyed a day-trip to Colonial Williamsburg! As A was setting up for a special band concert in the area, the girls got to check out the Revolutionary City. So fun seeing the colonists in costumes and going about life like 1776.
Thankfully, none of the local colonists booed L for wearing her Union Jack flag purse.
Watching the clock.
Looks like autumn has started up here!
Ready to see Daddy perform with the Joint Armed Services band concert with the USAF Heritage of American Band!
Even George Washington was there for this Constitution Day Concert!
Not only was it a treat to see A perform with some of the best military musicians on the East Coast, we enjoyed the Colonial Williamsburg Fife & Drum Band.
Awesome drone photo of this fun concert in Merchant's Square!