Friday, March 7, 2008
Daisy had a princess party this year (Feb. 9th) and it turned out great. We had over 30 people for the big bash ( I just closed my eyes and tried to breath deeply). She had a blast. For the past month now, she has told me at least 3 million times how she wants to do it again. We don't quite have the "time thing" down yet, so she doen't have a clue what " we'll have to wait until next year, means." Lots of fun!
Posted by Emily at 11:13 PM
Everyone who knows me, knows yard sales are my life, which means, I NEVER buy new toys. Believe me, I sanitize the heck out of them (like I even needed to explain that) anyway, I "splurged" and bought a new toy for Grace. So in honor of my monumental occasion, I have it documented for all of you! Yahooooo.....
Posted by Emily at 10:57 PM
I don't even remember what the kids were doing in this shot, I think they were striking a pose of some sort, but it turned out looking like a shot that could be used for a prune juice/constipation add. Lookin' good there Daisy!
Posted by Emily at 10:51 PM
These are the moments when being a Mama is so wonderful. Tristin wrote a quick note to Santa on Christmas Eve and Daddy (I mean, Santa) replied back ( and ate most of the cookies, naturally). And you can thank my crazy Mom for the rediculious looking cookie plate!
Posted by Emily at 10:46 PM
Don't laugh at me, I am just a silly girl who can do 4 1/2 things on the computer: type, print,
e mail, sell on e bay and attempt to keep a blog. Anyway. this is what you can expect from me. Sideways pictures, entries with no pictures, moths at a time with no updates and several other irratating things yet to come (like A LOT of spelling errors)
This was taken at our ward Christmas party and is the only picture of the kids with Santa! It was a fun night!
Posted by Emily at 10:41 PM
Well, another month has passed and I have been trying not to feel ashamed of myself for not posting pictures, but I really couldn't do it! But, God was feeling sorry for me and you (for not seeing cute pictures of the kids) and blessed us all. At last, I can post pictures ( yes, that was plural, in hope another one follows, but no promises here.)
Here is our little Grace all grown up and enjoying her special day. She is of course going on 15 months already and is such a doll. She started walking 3 days after her birthday and as the saying goes... "The rest is history"
Posted by Emily at 10:27 PM