Wednesday, April 14, 2010


It's been a week of pretty heavy thoughts.  Kids, though, they don't stop being themselves just because adults are "going through stuff."

Some things that make me smile:

A Princess-ism:

soapy soppeen: grocery shopping

How I know my kids are bonding with each other:

When there is much yelling and carrying on at the table at snack time, and I call out, "OK, who wants to go to their room instead of having snack?" My Princess yells, "Hurricane!" and the Hurricane yells, "Princess!" See? Their willingness to throw each other under the bus tells me that they are totally normal siblings.

Princess Fashion:

Stripes and prints and prints and stripes and some more stripes. Check. Pink and dark green and lavender and black. Check. Socks over tights. Check. A stuffed cat named Puppy. Check. Yeup, everything a Princess needs to stay on the cutting edge of fashion.

I don't even know what to say about this. I am pretty sure that is a Bakugan sticker on his forehead. He got in the drawer, but could not get out.

It's a good thing babies are cute.


  1. Bwahahahahaha!!!! Oh, too funny. Yes, indeed, kids keep being kids.

  2. Love the photos. Your kids are dolls. And I am loving your wood floors too!

  3. It stops us from eating them...

  4. Stripes, stripes, prints, tights, socks, stripes, stripes, stripes, barrettes, etc.
    Yup. A popular look at my house, too.
    Love the kid in a drawer. That's one feat my kids have yet to accomplish.

  5. what is it with kids in drawers? Maybe they know how adorable they are and you'll forgive them most everything. Keep that picture to look at and remind you when they're 17 and you want to kill them.

  6. Holy baby in a drawer...I'm in love.


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