Rushton’s 3rd grade class has been leaning all about Native Americans, and he was so excited to show us the village he created with his group. They used salt dough, clay, cardboard, paint, paper, and sand. His village was modeled after northern coastal tribes. So creative!

Rushton’s 3rd grade class has been leaning all about Native Americans, and he was so excited to show us the village he created with his group. They used salt dough, clay, cardboard, paint, paper, and sand. His village was modeled after northern coastal tribes. So creative!

Rushton’s 3rd grade class has been leaning all about Native Americans, and he was so excited to show us the village he created with his group. They used salt dough, clay, cardboard, paint, paper, and sand. His village was modeled after northern coastal tribes. So creative!

Making waffles, playing trains, building shelves, playing basketball and baseball, constructing an epic blanket fort, and twin babies being exceptionally cute – just a few of the things we did with cousins last weekend while their parents were off traveling and eating not-chicken-nuggets.

Making waffles, playing trains, building shelves, playing basketball and baseball, constructing an epic blanket fort, and twin babies being exceptionally cute – just a few of the things we did with cousins last weekend while their parents were off traveling and eating not-chicken-nuggets.

Making waffles, playing trains, building shelves, playing basketball and baseball, constructing an epic blanket fort, and twin babies being exceptionally cute - just a few of the things we did with cousins last weekend while their parents were off traveling and eating not-chicken-nuggets.