Friday, September 4, 2009

Playing In The Rain

I had gotten Weston ready for bed yesterday and was just about to do the same for Autumn when I heard the rain outside. The monsoon season is here but they have been calling it the "non-soon" because of the lack of rain we have recieved this year. Since Autumn rarely gets to play outside because of the triple digits I figured while we were waiting for Drew to get home from work she should get to play in it. She liked it, you can't tell though. She was upset because she wanted to strip her clothes off, but since we were out where people could see her it wasn't appropriate. Which when Autumn doesn't get her way even if she is enjoying herself, she won't show it. :)We have this Welcome bear on our porch. She always says hi and bye to it when we come and go from our place.Here we were when she had finished playing and we were waiting for Drew to show up, watching and smelling the rain.

6 comments:

Christy said...

That's funny, we barely came in from playing in the rain. Its sad that our kids hardly recognize rain.
And I had Parker out there in his diaper.

April Hardy said...

That's fun for Parker. Something about little girls with no shirts on seems inappropriate to me. Weston will probably be allowed to get away with just a diaper when he plays in the rain. But hopefully by that point we will have a yard and they can both streak at that point since no one will see them but us.

Becca said...

Looks like fun! My boys love playing in the rain!!

The Fords said...

What you don't get rain often in Arizona???? Crazy. Lol. We have a nephew that lives in Alaska and he gets scared when he comes down here and hears thunder. Apparently they don't get thunder in Alaska. That's too bad because I LOVE thunder.

Cindy Ardis said...

Alaska got alot of rain while we were there, I thought no wonder they get so much snow! I'm glad you thought to take pictures, you never know when you'll see rain again.

We can do it said...

that is too funny about the bear. She is so beautiful April.