Ever since the new neighbors moved in, Robby has been scarce. I can hear his squeals and giggles through the neighborhood, but he is never home. He and Jack have become inseparable. From the moment they come home from school until one of them is called home for dinner, they are always busy playing, exploring, and crafting.While I barely see my little Koopa, he is still present and active in Mr. Bill's life. Only now instead of just one curious 9 year old visiting, Mr. Bill must contend with two. I think he enjoys answering his door to greet two freckle faced boys who pepper him with questions and requests for stories about his "pioneer days."
I knew that a true friendship had been solidified when they began to jointly decorate the tree house. Dubbed the "Bro Fort," the walls are now adorn with various signs, license plates and pictures. My old lawn furniture has been rescued and re-purposed for the Bro Fort, providing the boys the opportunity to "relax like men."
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Thursday, March 03, 2016
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