Sunday, March 23, 2008

Happy Easter!

The Kid's cheeseball ANTM smile.

Modeling the special necklace that grandmumsy got her for Easter. Thank you Grammy!
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Easter Eggs with Uncle Mark

What do you want to be?

This was from our last day of vacation. We went to the mall and they had this kid's exhibit that was set up like a town but everything was kid sized. It was a lot of fun. I have to say, she was the most interested in the auto shop....which makes me a little proud.

This one is for Auntie J.

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Sunday, March 16, 2008


In one part of this Science Museum that we went to today, they had a musical garden. There were all kinds of things that made music. Anyway, The Kid was impressing me with her wicked cool dance moves and it kinda reminded me of Tom Hanks in BIG when he plays the giant piano with Robert Loggia....and maybe a little Napoleon Dynamite.

Vacation Day 2

I'm too excited to sleep!
It's cold. Take the picture, mom.
Look at me. I'm a palentologist. I'm digging up a dinosaur. AND I GET TO WEAR GOGGLES!
This is an astronaut potty.
I suppose these accomodations will do.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

There's nothing like...

..the first night of vacation.

The Kid....laying in bed and eating a cookie. We would NEVER do that at home!!!!!!!!!!

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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Where does she come up with this stuff?

**This was a draft I had sitting around for awhile, but I have been so neglectful of Ye Olde Blog that I thought I'd better post this, too. The only excuse I will give is that I've had the creeping crud for about a month.

Just as we were getting on the interstate yesterday, a semi pulled passed us. From the backseat, and with gusto, The Kid said "Follow that Truck!" It was like a scene right out of a romantic comedy.

She will walk into the bathroom without turning the lights on and will say, "HEY! Who turned out the lights??"

We went out to lunch with Grandmumsy at a local Chinese restaurant. As we were perusing the menu, I asked Grandmumsy what she was going to have and The Kid said "Chinese Food!"

This morning, out of the blue, The Kid told me that she wanted to take juggling lessons. CAN you take juggling lessons??

**Also, I've meant to give a big shout out to Auntie J, who is on week two of her new job. YAY, Auntie J!

Thank you, A!

A friend of mine, A, went to El Salvador recently and brought back this doll for The Kid. As you can tell, she loves it and says it is her 'seh-shul' (special) doll. I asked her what she wanted to name her doll and she said "Maria! Like on Saymuhsuh Street!"

Thank you so much, A! She couldn't have been happier.
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