We've had a dry, unusually warm winter. That's fine by me because I was able to run outside almost all winter long. But apparently it's no good for our summer water needs. We will be hurting as a state! One of our few snowy days (seriously--there's been like 3):
Friday, April 5, 2013
Thursday, April 4, 2013
I made a brief trip to Utah and left the girls home with their dad. He bought both of them a little stuffed animal while I was gone. I was getting Caroline ready the day I returned and asked her where on earth the little pink elephant had come from. Daddy. duh.
A rare warm day. Sidewalk chalk. A big person:
I love, love, LOVE that this little girl can pick up a book or magazine and read about the pictures she's looking at. Love it!!:
Her love of the "big cats" is intense. She had almost $50 saved up from allowance and she blew it all on this lion:
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Caroline feeling sick. We had dinner reservations that night so I was very disappointed to wake up to a fevered babe. She sure knows how to make you feel sorry for her!
Texting Patrick during the day about Caroline's progress:
Below is what happened just a short while after the text exchange above:
Sweet little Maggie (STILL holding on to that last front baby tooth!):
Waiting for it to snow:
Finally the tooth came out!! It was looking awful so I begged her to let me pull it.
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Ok, so January, February, AND March were full of ick. I took very few pictures which makes me sad. So here goes the first of two teeny January posts.
Randomly hanging out with my ladies:
Maggie reads to the rest of her family acting exactly like her teacher does--making sure those listening had a good view of the pictures:
I had to come get Maggie from school one day as she fell and smacked her mouth. Her remaining front baby tooth was hanging by a thread and I was disappointed to hear that after getting smacked and bleeding....the tooth was tenaciously holding on. She was traumatized so she came home with me and an ice pack:
Caroline playing with her dad's reading glasses: