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It took the chickens all of twenty seconds to discover the the maple tree on the center lawn was dropping it's leaves. It's been a beautiful couple of days, nice and warm, and the trees just turned.


Bowden had immediate plans.



Jack was not allowed to jump in the pile until later.



Miles thought the whole things was wonderful.



When the Rooster came out, he taught the kids the ol' Tate game of leaf-catching.



He helped rake, too.

Poor Jack. It was joy and sorrow all day.


See? We have seasons in California!
We had a really fun-looong- day in Santa Monica last Monday. We ate crepes, hung out with our friend Tim, and wandered about. The worst thing was what happened in these pictures. This man had a cage with bunnies, and the kids swarmed, and I spent all of my last change on it. That's right- bunnies for money. I didn't have any money, so I felt bad. I think I gave him a dollar in change. The kids loved the bunnies. The whole thing was stressful. It was chaotic with the kids, and honestly, how nice can it be for a bunny to be passed around from child to child?
I made Miles sit down, and the guy said, "Oh, yeah, that's a good idea." He was going to hand my two-year-old a huge bunny while standing!




My sister, however, is really lovely at this point in her pregnancy, no? She's pretty.








Lucy took the bunny...and then dropped it. Not on it's back, but still. The bunny was fine, but I was not doing well.




Miles loved holding the rabbit. It was cute. We took pictures- see…
When Bowden asks for an inverted Mohawk, we give it to him. It's free, healthy self-expression that grows out. Even if it is ugly as sin.
As I was sorting Bowden's pajama drawer, I found a sock with an object I thought was a baby ring in the toe. It was actually a rock-hard mini-bagel.
"Bowden- what is this bagel doing in your sock?"
He looked up and grinned. "It's my bagel-sock. "
"Really?"
"Yep. It's the SOCK OF DOOM."