Girl Scout cookie season is upon us. It is about half way through, and k has already surpassed her sales from last year. Currently she is at about 325 boxes, and I don’t expect her to go much higher. Like last year, we pushed hard the first couple of weeks and quickly tapered off. k’s confidence in asking people if they would like to buy cookies has definitely improved from last year, but there is still plenty of room for growth.
I revamped our troop’s cookie booth poster, and it looks much cuter this year, if I do say so myself.
This is what our living room looked like on cookie delivery day. I really should have ordered more in the beginning so I wouldn’t have to bug our cookie mom so much about re-stocking. Lesson learned for next year.
k handed out bulletins at church as part of Scout Sunday
We participated in National Frozen Yogurt Day at Yogurtland. This is one of the few times when I allow the kids to load up on toppings, since they are free, so it is a real treat.
Recently, k and n have been really enjoying playing with their “babies”, which is a collection of about 7 or 8 dolls. I enjoy seeing how they use their imaginations in interacting with the babies.
This was a scene I found at the breakfast table the other day. They named the babies in front Boy Champion (aka Little Boy Blue) and Girl Champion (aka Sara, presumably named after their Auntie).