Friday, May 07, 2010

{Snorkel & a Bobcat}

I figured practicing with the snorkel is easier in bath water rather than salt water. 

And Carson earned his bobcat at last night's pack meeting.  This is probably the easiest scouting requirement to earn. But hey, he loved all the hoop-la....thanks to an amazing cubmaster!  He got his face painted in the 'bobcat' ceremony (do they do that in your programs??).  And here he is giving me my 'mother's pin'.  Wow. Didn't even know I got pins until last night. 

1 comments:

Aim 11:43 AM  

So cute! Yeah they had me paint Corm's face like a bobcat. Scouts is pretty fun! He sure loves it!

can't wait to hear about your trip! Love ya!

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