Thursday, July 17, 2014

Yoga Kids

We have had 2 amazing weeks full of loads of time at the park/lake/pool/walks, pretty much anywhere outdoors.
Read: not in front of the computer.
Finally a rainy day has given me the chance to catch up on this little record of our lives.
One little problem being that I haven't taken out the DSLR since Canada Day and have a mere 10 pictures on my iPhone.
I haven't even instagrammed in a week, shocking I know.
That's how nice this weather is people.
Luckily Melissa at True Yoga came through today with a bunch of pictures of the kids at their yoga camp last week.

I dropped the ball on registering the kids in summer camps.
Cedric, being under 3, is actually too young for most but I missed all the spots for Fiona as well.
We ran into some friends two days prior and they mentioned this yoga camp again.
Obviously too late to get them in right?
Within a couple hours of my email Melissa responded that sure, they could take 2 more.
Surely not a two year old though right?
They'll take Ced too.
I was ecstatic but a little worried about my baby crying for half the day and sulking for the rest in this strange environment.
To my amazement within a few minutes they were both happily waving goodbye.
Apparently a few tears were shed initially but on the remaining days the drop off was smooth sailing.
I even asked Fiona if she would like to come home early with Cedric on the third day {you can do half or full days} and she replied without hesitation "no thank you".
They absolutely LOVED it.
I shouldn't be surprised.
I have always loved Melissa {the studio owner} and every class I have taken at her studio.
I'm so happy that my kids can now have the same great experience.
So happy in fact that we have registered the kids for another week at the end of the month.
They are running 3 more camps over the summer and I'm sure it's not too late to register if you are in Edmonton and have little ones.
The camp consisted of the usual crafts and park visits combined with some {you guessed it} yoga. 
It was good for their bodies but I also feel like it was good for their souls.
Fiona came home with some wish flags {a take on Tibetan prayer flags} upon which were her wishes that everyone have a home and all the trees grow.
She also wished to be old enough to drive, have magical fairy powers and cloudy days {it was so hot} but that is neither here nor there.
Cedric made no flags but apparently made it very clear that he wished to be naked {again, so hot}.
Thanks Melissa {and Vanessa} for this great week for the kids and these sweet pictures.
Here's the link to the website for the camps or if you're just looking for a great yoga studio in Edmonton.

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