We're getting ready for Spring Break and Easter this week. We are going to take the kids away for a couple of days, then get back to plan for the HUGE Easter party. I had no idea so many people were really going to try and come, but the number is upwards of ninety when you include the kids. Can't wait for a break from work. I am so tired these days. The pollen count has been the highest in recorded history twice this week. I think it is bothering Samantha some...Sabrina seems to be fine. Poor Sami Baby is just not going to have an easy time with her allergies. From breakouts to headaches, she is going to get it all. We will need to finish our taxes and finish a big project for school with Destiny before the end of the week....did I say VACATION?
Friday, March 23, 2007
Sunday, March 18, 2007
This might be the last time the girls can all three wear matching outfits. Destiny is on the verge of being in "big girl" clothes. It was a really cold day when we took these pictures. We took off coats just long enough to pose. Sabrina and Samantha have both begun to really "use words" this month. Samantha likes to say "look", "Barney", "Daddy", "Momma", and "Thank You". Sabrina started asking, "Where did (________) go?" She fills in the blank with many different words. Like where did the sky go? Where did Daddy go? If you ask her where is Momma or where is Daddy, she will say "at work." Both girls will ask for "cheese" or "ice" by name. Destiny has an art show at school in two weeks. She is very talented and has a beautiful picture to display. We are currently working on a report about dogs. Michael spends most of his time playing basketball or skate boarding. He fell on his arm the other day and in spite of the safety gear that he was wearing, we were a bit worried he'd broken it. He got very lucky, it must have been a sprain.
Posted by Bobbie T at 21:00
It's a quiet Sunday morning on Callaway Road. The kids stayed over at Grandmother and Granddaddy Tingle's house last night for the first time. The older kids have always loved it there, but the twins are just getting to be at a managable age. It's tough to take care of two little ones at the same time. When we pulled into the driveway, Sabrina started saying, "quack, quack,quack..." She saw Grandmother's geese statues. Samamantha did not want Peyton to put her down. As they walked past the living room, she saw a stuffed Barney and starting stuggling to get away. Mary said the twins fell asleep in Rabun's arms....Granddaddy fell asleep too. Our babies aren't babies anymore. They are big kids having sleepovers.
Posted by Bobbie T at 09:21