Dear Mr. Postman,
I would like to ask you to please stop delivering things like this to my mailbox:
A mother not ready for the next phase.
I was looking through my iphotos earlier and found Chloe’s Disney pictures. She did a really good job capturing some shots. Maybe a future photographer?
One of our very favorite places in Epcot:
They begged us not to leave!! “Just one more day” they chanted as we exited the park…….
Maybe that was just Jon chanting…..
There aren’t too many things cuter then watching a 4 year old play. I love to sit and watch Lucy use her imagination! I love the voices she uses to make her animals talk. This video is from last week when she wasn’t feeling well. Enjoy!
Here are a few missed moments from last week:
Chloe had her chorus concert last week too. By the looks of this picture she caught me snapping a picture:
Chloe ended up getting Lucy’s cold so she was sick all weekend.
The rest of the weekend was spent at home making sure that everyone starts to feel better
Every winter we have one night when we pretend it’s not 15 degrees outside. We grill some burgers, we make some pasta salad and a big pitcher of lemonade. We eat our dinner while listening to some Bob Marley.
Jon and I started the day by going to Bahama Breeze for a lunch date. While we were gone the girls decorated the house to make us feel like we were on vacation when we got home. They did such a good job!
As soon as we walked in the house Lucy greeted us by saying “Welcome to paradise”
Even though I love our summer day in winter, I think I love Caribbean Friday even more! Thanks girls for the relaxing day!!
Lucy went to Esme’s birthday party on Saturday afternoon. She had so much fun!! This is the first time that she’s had to stand in a line with other children and listen to instructions. She did such a good job! Of course I took her picture in the line 🙂
Stood in more lines:
Traded cupcake in for carrots:
She had sooo much fun!
Later that afternoon Auntie Liz came over with Sidney for dinner:
Yesterday I decided to try and make bagels for the first time:
They tasted better then they looked but I think I need to buy a bread machine.
After our bagels I took Chloe on a Barnes and Noble and Starbucks date:
Then we settled in to read by the fire, watch some football (BOO Patriots) and hang out late since we have another day off today!
I had a little bit of a shock yesterday when I read that my friend Amy was signing her son up for Kindergarten this week!! He’s only a couple of weeks older then Lucy. I mean, I knew I had to do it but how did it come up so quickly?? SOOOO not looking forward to this. sigh… Then I realized that this summer Jon and I are going to be driving Emma all over New England (and then some) to look at colleges. She is going to be a senior next year. Time really does fly!
Even though I’m sad that they’re not babies anymore I’m really excited for both of them!!
I haven’t been a huge fan of winter this year. It’s too long and too cold. I do, however, love our winter afternoons. The girls don’t play any sports in the winter and Megan’s musicals have been cancelled since her teacher announced her pregnancy. They come home off the bus and I love it!!
Afternoon snacks are a must! Icecream for Chloe, cereal for Emma and a salad for Megan.
They snuggle with their little sister who misses them so much during the day:
I love it!! I love having them home with me every afternoon!!
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