Trying to “Catch” Us Some Spring

spring fishing with boys

We’ve caught a lot of colds this year.  Now it’s time to catch some SPRING!  (Thanks to our new fishing poles from “Helicopter Gramma and Grandpa”! That’s what they call Brad’s parents because they bought them toy helicopters when they were little.)

Sunshine, we can’t wait to see you peak through.

Grass, we know there’s a radiant green just waiting in there.

Trees, go ahead and do your magic.

Flowers, we’ve missed you so!

Fish, are you ready to bite?

HURRY, SPRING, HURRY! We can’t wait to welcome you! 

So what are YOU most looking forward to this spring?


4 thoughts on "Trying to “Catch” Us Some Spring"

  1. Steph says:

    I am looking forward to going to Rick’s. In fact, Jen, I may just kidnap you one night and take you with me. 🙂

  2. Up here in Michigan, we are sooooo looking forward to spring, too! I am so tired of bad commutes into work in the snow and ice. I’m so tired of bundling up 3 kids in their winter gear just to go to the store. Even my 4 year old daughter says she’s tired of the snow and can’t wait for spring. She asked me today how long before we start seeing the flowers grow?

    I love Tulips in spring! I love opening the windows! I love the first days its warm enough to venture out without a coat and stay outside a lil later as the days grow longer. We are building a deck in our backyard this spring so that awaits us to enjoy this summer!!!

  3. Lana says:

    I absolutely love snow, but even I am ready for some color! I so want to see some bright tulips and happy daffodil faces outside my windows. SO LOVE the fishing poles. Our girls have two Princess poles with weighted ends so they can practice casting. They are pretty darned good, but be ready to “uncatch” trees and pets and other interesting objects. Both Grandpas love to fish so our girls are ready to go get their lines wet soon!

  4. Crystal says:

    I love the return of baseball season! It means crazy weather changes as spring gradually morphs into summer, time spent outside, fun sounds in the grandstands like cleats on concrete and the crack of the bat….I love it all!

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