Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Happy Halloween!

 Oh, Linlee cracks me up.  No one will know who/what she is because she has herself so nicely bundled from the wet weather.  Very sensible.  (The costumes are shown off a bit better in the post below this one.) I must give our little Penny-cakes a word of praise here.  She is one of the …

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Sneak Peek (and poor Penny)!

The girls were allowed to wear their Halloween costumes to school today.  They were beyond excited!  Luckily for the teachers, it’s only a half day because our bus stop was buzzing with wound up kiddos (oh, I remember the days!).  Here we have Rainbow Dash (My Little Pony character) and Cinderella in rags.  I was …

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Caught!

Walked into the kitchen to see this: She opens that bottom drawer of dish rags with a paw and then helps herself.  We need a child lock on it.  Oy.Having a good time!Naughty dog. I stumbled upon these pictures from the summer.  Not sure how I missed posting them…  Holly was unhappy that morning because she …

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Pumpkin Carving

 Littlest one in the family chose the biggest pumpkin for herself.  Ha.  Penny wanted to see what all the excitement was about.

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“Let’s pretend…”

Linlee is a little over two months away from turning eleven.  Last night, I heard her playing pretend with her sister for the first time ever.  I so wish I had a picture to mark the occasion, but the girls were both stark naked in the bath tub…  So no picture.  Holly drags all sorts …

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Drama, perhaps?

This is what I get from Holly these days when I ask her to pose for the camera.  She is full up on activities, but if there was time, I would put her in a drama class and probably karate.  As it is, she is taking gymnastics, ice skating and swimming lessons.  We had to …

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Pumpkin Patch 2015

Rob and I kind of miss the early days at our favorite pumpkin patch.  Back when Linlee was little, it was just that; a pumpkin patch.  There was the wagon ride down to the pumpkins.  We’d snap some pictures, cut our pumpkins off the vine with giant clippers, then we’d ride the wagon back to …

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