Our Spring Break Fun Times Without Spending Money

We didn’t have much for extra cash and it’s a normal work week when Spring Break happens in April here in NH but we made the best of our week, even while going through a medication change with the five year old. Right before school vacation my nine and five year old made some crayons to bring to their classrooms…

It was fun making crayons and then our weekend came, the first weekend for vacation we headed to Disney on Ice on Saturday to have some fun watching the first Disney on Ice show any of us have ever seen. I shared pictures on Wordless Wednesday.

Most of our time was spent enjoying the great outdoors and walking around the pond trying to catch a glimpse of a salamander or frog. We did some baking, Ki on her Easy Bake oven and Mister K helped me bake muffins for snack time…

We tired Jenny out a bit with the three year old’s energy.

Then gave Jenny some love for she handled the energy very well.

Last but not least we spent more time outside and Aj attempted to ride his bike without training wheels.

Sunday evening we were able to find a turtle in our pond and we spent some time checking him out.

The Spring Break week was fun but it has come to an end! Aj didn’t master riding his bike without training wheels, but happy he wanted to try!

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3 comments

  1. Henrietta (124 comments) says:

    This sounds like the best kind of weekend! We do the same kinds of things when the kids are home or off from school, I just love the simple things! Mr. K’s face in that second photo made me giggle! Lol, what a cutie!

  2. Joy Williams (4 comments) says:

    Sounds like a great spring break to me! Learning to ride a bike is fun! The simple things at home are what I remember as an adult. Yours will too!

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