Adam created and cooked the most amazing chicken kabobs I've ever had in my entire life. They could make you smack your mama if she tried to steal a bite. The kabobs had mushrooms, yellow squash, tomato, red pepper, onion, and of course chicken. We ate until we were about to pop. Even Kenly wanted in on the action, but we were too stingy to share. Never fear...she'd already eaten a full meal before we every did. I would never withhold food from my child if I thought she'd actually eat it. Right now she tends to play with and wear her food. Every one in awhile, she actually ingests some.
If she had the strength, Kenly would have walked the length of the beach and back again.
We've tried Kenly in a few pools now, but she hasn't been a fan. But, the 100 degree heat index taught Kenly that cool water is sometimes refreshing and comfortable. If we walked anywhere near the kiddie pool, we had to stick her feet in. She liked the big pool too.
After sitting through a time share presentation, we managed to score $60 fun money. Kenly got to spend $20 of the money since she had to sit through the presentation too. For once we didn't have to deal with any high pressure from the salesman. He couldn't find anything we could afford, so he sent us off with all our prizes. Score one for being poorer than we've ever been. So, Kenly bought some swim diapers, some sand toys, and even tossed her spare change toward her parents for a beach umbrella. What a practical child...