“funny, hee hee hee hee”
“funny, hee hee hee hee”
This is a forgotten post…..
The week of Valentine’s day, I tried to do heart hairstyles almost everyday, courtesy of some awesome hair blogs….did you really think I was that creative myself?!!! 😉
Here’s one of my fav’s:
So easy and cute!
So, I realize that a lot of my posts, especially with pictures are about Annika. I don’t mean for it to be that way. I’ll make sure to get some Tasha and Kevin updates in here soon.
Annika LOVES shoes…
This is her closed-eyed “cheeeeeeeeeeeessssseeee”
Here’s a normal one
I did a real ponytail on Annika for the first time the other day. I felt like she looked so much older with it that I haven’t done it since…
Stop growing up!!! No more!
This is a just a random day that I thought she looked cute. She looked cuter in real life than in the picture, probably because she tries to do this fake smile thing, but it’s still cute….
I think I’ve mentioned before that Annika frequently becomes Tasha’s life-size doll because dressing up a real doll is way more fun! Here are some of the latest:
Baby doll outfit #1 This is the cute baby doll that I would buy for my girls if I had a choice between this one and the next….
Baby doll outfit #2 (a.k.a. Baby belly-dancing doll…)
Lucky for Tasha, Annika is such a willing little subject……….
While our weekend was a little up and down, we still had our fun. We went to a Family Fun Fair in town on Saturday. The kids went through a little air-filled obstacle course with a slide, petted some pigs, goats, horses and ducks and got free popcorn. Kevin LOVED the pigs! Too bad we couldn’t get any good pics with them because of all the fencing. I guess pigs really like to run out of their pens…
Tasha with the miniature horses
Getting giggles when the horse started sniffing her
2 week-old piglets! So cute!!!!!
They entered a coloring contest
After our fun morning, we had friends over for lunch and then is when things started to go downhill. Ammon started coming down with a nasty cold and I just didn’t feel great either. So, our Valentines date consisted of watching an 80’s movie called “Chances Are” and eating chicken nugget,s french bread and carrots sticks. Fancy, no? 😉
I did get spoiled though. Ammon’s not a very traditional guy and I’m well, a little traditional, so my request for V-day was roses and chocolate! He got me these:
Couldn’t have asked for more! Thanks honey!! =)
The rest of our long weekend was spent recooperating from what ailed us and trying to get the house back together afterwards.
Yesterday, the kids were playing in the basement and suddenly Ammon and I noticed it had been quiet for a while. Usually, this means that they’re up to something well, less than favorable. So, Ammon tip-toed downstairs to sneak a peek. What he found was one of those warms your heart, rewarding types of moments that you wish happened a little more often in parenthood. Tasha and Kevin were behind the couch, arms folded, heads bowed and eyes closed. Kevin was saying a prayer for the baby doll who evidently was quite sick.
A small thing though it may be, it brings me such joy to see our children living what we have taught them, especially in this confusing, crazy world.