Almost a month ago we had the opportunity to go to a music/nature day camp for free. It was amazing. Here is Matthew in hand drumming.
Right after lunch Matthew performed with some of the kids that took the morning Kindermusik classes.
I wish you could hear this lady sing. She had a wonderful voice.
One of the big highlights for Matthew was getting to go horseback riding.
First time on a horse. He's only been begging for one since he was 2.
Later in the day we went down to the pond.
I found a shell with "stuff" on the bottom. I thought frog eggs. Mom and Dad say no, so..."stuff."
After supper, we went to the amphitheatre and watched kids and adults perform what they had learned during the day in their music classes. Matthew anxiously waited for his group, hand druming, to perform. They were last.
Waiting with the group to walk in.
He did a good job. I was proud.
Then we stayed for half of the symphony of concert.
It was absolutely beautiful and the music was wonderful. Matthew even enjoyed it. They had a famous symphony composer/cello performer there.
Not used to the wait time on my newer camera, but I thought it made for an interesting image.
We had such a great time and hope to attend next year!
Ever wonder why this site is called About a Bug? Well, that would be my fault. Hours after I had Matthew, I started calling him my bug-a-boo. He was just so cute and precious. Slowly over time he became my bug and more family members adopted that as a nickname. When we decided to start the blog, it seemed only appropriate to call it "about a bug," because isn't everything about the baby? Matthew thinks so.