Thursday, November 18, 2010
Rereading old Christmas letters has gotten me thinking about those ordinary moments that are truly priceless... a little one in snugly pjs, siblings having good times together, dancing with dad, little girls in curlers, little ones who love to "read" even on their own, kids who want to be close to all the action so even sit in the middle of the walkway to do homework...
Posted by Dacia at 6:45 PM
Just a few weeks ago I thought the girls were outside doing their job of picking tomatoes but when I looked, all I saw were smashed tomatoes. When asked where these smashed tomatoes came from, the girls innocently answered that they wanted to see what would happen when the tomatoes were stepped on. I was glad Kevin was on his way home from work and could follow through with them on the situation so that I could just sit back and laugh and take photos.
In February Alyssa literally pulverized every piece of playdough she was playing with. My heart softened as I saw her stretched out on the floor picking up each piece.
In May right before leaving for church I find Alyssa has been busy... I am sure I totally confused her as she is crying and I am laughing and taking photos.
Too often I don't handle the situation right and get upset but I love when I am able to just laugh because after it is over, they are such fun memories. It brings tears to my eyes thinking of these moments of innocence and the joy of these not so ordinary moments.
Posted by Dacia at 6:24 PM
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Happy Halloween from Eeyore, Darth Vader, little pumpkin, and the friendly witch
Trunk or treating at our church parking lot
As we were getting ready to leave, Alyssa laid down in the parking lot and did a street angel - it was pretty funny and totally random!
If you look closely Bryson has gloves on - the only way he would even attempt to clean out his own pumpkin.
Tinkerbell by Alyssa and Ariel by Kaitlyn
Bryson (with a lot of amazing work by Kevin) did the werewolf - Kevin did the tigger which looked great but didn't show up so well on the camera
Posted by Dacia at 11:06 AM