Here is another glimpse into our crazy, wonderful life via pics.
I love our Sunday mornings after church.
It's our chill time.
Our no where to be, but together time.
Brody outgrew his first pair of shoes...
which always makes me a little sad.
But I do love shopping for new shoes and just couldn't resist these little Converses.
Funny how a little pair of shoes can make him seem so big.
A sweet little girl came to our door Sunday afternoon
and totally sabotaged my healthy eating efforts.
I have a love/hate/but really love relationship with these cookies every year.
Apparently Brody wanted a book.
(He is developing a really strong independent self-concept.)
It snowed and was freezing cold this week.
We worked on tying shoes this week.
We let Ab pick her birthday dinner since her actual birthday fell during the week.
And I really didn't feel like cooking that night.
She picked Red Robin. They always do.
She let go of her balloon in the parking lot. She always does.
I went to a meal planning class one night.
It was awesome.
I'll take all the help I can get in this area.
Brody sporting his gangsta look.
Abby celebrated her bday at school.
Her teacher has kids donate their fave picture book to the class instead of bringing treats. Ab picked a Pinkalicious book and got to sit up by the teacher as she read it to the class. She was over the moon.
It's a cool way to celebrate I think.
I had a $5 coupon to Sally's that was expiring this week.
I was excited to get some new nail polish.
Somehow Abby is the one that ended up with new nail polish.
These kids have me wrapped around their little fingers.
I went the entire month of January without drinking soda.
Which is huge for me. I had quite the addiction.
So I rewarded myself with a Dr. Pepper today.
I know. There is something wrong with that concept.
I'll go back to no soda tomorrow.
I pinky promise.
I lost 7.5 pounds since the new year.
I can live without Dr. Pepper with results like that.
Ab got some new lip gloss.
The other day over our PB&J's she asked me if I knew what Tinker Bell was doing right at that exact moment.
I said I wasn't sure.
And smiled in my heart that she believes fairies exist.
They may be growing up, but they will always be my babies.