My kids were only bothered for a little while by the language barrier. I came out and talked in the little Lugbara I know, and soon, everyone was playing "Mbata, mbata, au" (Duck, duck, chicken).
New games in the shade.
Caleb decided to come in for story time. I have NO idea why he didn't use the door, except that he's a boy.
See! There was a door.
The momma of this little boy told me her son was NINE! Caleb just turned five, for those of you who don't know.
What a difference proper food and nutrition makes!
Karis found "boy," and they were happy most of the day. (When I asked his name, he told me his name was "boy," but I'm not sure either of us understood properly).
Caleb got more than a little dirty.
Caleb also took my camera and took these pictures.
Karis and "boy" got some company.
Caleb has a stick, pretending it's a sword, but apparently, it doesn't hinder him from drawing a crowd.
This was a great day for me and the kids. We hope to have many more like these in the months to come.