This post is part of my Thirty-One Days with a Two-Year-Old series.
Taking a walk is, hands down, the easiest way to use up an hour or two each day. I let Piper-Girl walk for part of the walk so that she can
We have three paths that we can follow, but we almost always take the path with the little barnyard at the end of it so that we can see the horse, pony, and chickens. "Hi, neigh; hi bo-ba; hi deb-deb."
If we're lucky, we'll see snakes and frogs on the way. If not, there are always rocks to carry. Apparently the rocks can get good cell reception. I learned today to keep Piper-Girl away from small rocks. Thankfully I was able to get the rock out of her nose by plugging up one nostril and having her blow her nose.
Today our timing was perfect to watch the train pass by on our way back to the house.
*Before you think, "Oh, that sounds so idyllic," the way I determine when she has to go into the stroller is when she stops listening. Today she spent far more time riding than walking.