This is how much room we have on the edges of our car to back out of our garage:I think Max is officially better at it than I am.
This is how Max feels about my picture taking:…but I had to send that pic. to Dave in China to let him know his son was turning into him, wearing all his clothes.
Elle likes to flip her hair with friends for cool pictures.
I bought myself some flowers for Dave to give me while he was in China cause I figured he’d want to:)See those roses in the background? They are the ones he actually sent Max out to get for me. Great minds think alike I guess.
We worked diligently on Valentine’s boxes. That’s one of my fav. parts about Valentine’s Day.
Dave and I were out of town for the big day this year so I was glad to have a little time thinking love with my girls before we left.
Grace got to be introduced to Young Women at “New Beginnings” a couple weeks ago. I cannot believe she’s growing up so darn fast!We accidentally matched.
It was so nice to go and just enjoy New Beginnings and not be one of the ones in charge of it like I was last time I attended back here. (Oh I sure miss those girls though!!)
Lucy’s latest artwork:
Our winter neighborhood:
Things that keep the girls busy:
My kids are getting great at forging my signature. Not sure if I should be pleased or mortified about that…
I loved this picture of the Nana Christmas sleepover (yeah, I’m still catching up with Christmas stuff). I love that she does special things with each group of grandkids each Christmas.
This was Max and his goofy club volleyball team in one of their last tournaments before Christmas.
They had so much fun together this year, and we’re so excited for the school season to begin so soon.
My brother had a birthday in January along with me and Claire. These girls and I went out to lunch and surprised him in his classroom.
We are so lucky to have this guy live close to us.
My cute nephew did his Eagle project picking all the citrus in a neighborhood to give to the food bank. We picked SO many oranges, and all I got was a picture of the doughnut table….
We celebrated Claire’s birthday with cousins the night before the big day.
Not sure why I have this picture of a Sorry game, but here you go.
When Elle wants to go ice skating, she has a lot of friends who are willing to accompany her.
I love when we spy rainbows.
…especially when they go across the whole sky.
My niece is an awesome cheerleader. We got to go watch her routine before they competed for state.Yeah, Max is wha‘cha call tall.
Claire’s friend’s family got Imagine Dragons tickets for the best deal ever. They took Claire with them. Is that not the luckiest thing ever? Especially since she ADORES Imagine Dragons?
The coolest thing about it is that they happened to sit next to the guitar player’s mother, who invited them back stage after it was over:Yeah, according to Claire it was pretty much the luckiest night of her whole life.
I’m still wondering how a nine-year-old can like music so much…
This was kind of a “sideways heart” sunset the girls and I thought was cool on the way to gymnastics one night.