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I played hide and seek with my toddler!

I attened yoga class with my team

I read a book to earn this badge: 
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Afternoon playtime - bike and scooter

I played a t-ball game with my team.

Practiced Some Basketball Skills

Went outside and practiced some basketball skills for about 45-minutes.

Started to attend a Basketball camp

It was 4-day type of camp that ending around the last week of of June. It was a pretty decent camp and actually taught me a lot too!

I went biking around the neighborhod

I tried making it a REALLY long bike ride.

Evening Run

Morning read time

I read a book to earn this badge: 
Randy Riley's Really Big Hit by Chris Van Dusen

Morning read time

I read a book to earn this badge: 
That's Not How You Play Soccer, Daddy by Sherry Shahan

I went biking

Game On/Green Thumb Flower Tournament: Week 3

As part of Connect Your Summer, the Game On and Green Thumb badges have teamed up to do a flower tournament! Only one flower can be crowned the best flower of summer, and it's up to you to decide.

Each week during Connect Your Summer, two flowers will duke it out for your votes. The flower with the most votes will continue on in the tournament. Last week, carnations wilted to roses. This week, sunflowers and daisies go leaf to leaf!

Sign in to vote for your favorite flower:

Sunflower
40% (2 votes)
Daisy
60% (3 votes)
Total votes: 5

I went biking with my sister in the park.

I read a book to earn this badge: 
Game On

I played outside

I went Parasailing

I went ziplining

Morning read time

I read a book to earn this badge: 
Ambrose Goes for Gold by Freeman, Tor

Morning reading time

I read a book to earn this badge: 
The Three Ninja Pigs by Corey Rosen Schwartz

Read a book about reenacting frontier life

I read a book to earn this badge: 
Little Blog on the Prairie

Little blog on the prairie by Cathleen Davitt Bell










Gen Welsh and her family are spending the summer in Wyoming at a frontier camp. The camp requires participants to live like it's the 1880s - clothing, outhouses, growing your own crops, milking cows, the whole bit. Knowing the summer will be miserable, Gen sneaks in a forbidden cell phone and uses it to text her friends back home. When Gen's friends use her texts to create a blog chronicling her experience, it goes viral, causing everything to slowly unravel.

I read this book all by myself

I read a book to earn this badge: 
Curious George Home Run adapted by Erica Zappy