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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

What happened to January?

I seriously don't know what happened to January...but here are a few of the highlights.  

My grandmother treated us to Cavalia Odysseo.  It was AWESOME.  I didn't take any pictures of the show, but here's our lively bunch at the Varsity before the show started.  
 Next, we all caught a NASTY virus called Hand, Foot and Mouth.  Walker got if first, from who knows where, then I caught it, Marlee caught it and Aaron followed soon after.  I am still recovering from the blisters that covered my hands and feet.  I'll spare you the pictures.

In the middle of the NASTY virus, we moved!  Oh how wonderful that was.  Thankfully we had lots of help to make the transition as smooth as possible.  We live in Aaron's dad's basement - which is by far the nicest place I've ever lived!  Marlee and Walker are sharing a room which has actually worked out great.  I was so nervous but we haven't had any problems yet.

Marlee started eating baby food.  I broke out the Baby Bullet and got to work.  So far she's enjoyed sweet potatoes, avocado, oatmeal, zucchini, bananas, pears and apples.  Hopefully she will be a good eater like her brother!
 Here's a random picture of me and Aaron.  We snuck outside and cuddled under a blanket while the kids napped.  A RARE occasion or peace and quiet that we were able to enjoy!
 Walker gets to play outside a lot more now.  He rides his power wheels, feeds the chickens and is the master stick collector!  He would probably stay outside all day if he could.  He's a great big brother and is constantly loving on his little sister.
 Marlee Grace remains the sweetest little girl on the block.  She's really been a great baby all around.  She loves her Mama and I love that about her.  She takes good naps, gives sweet kisses and loves to chat!
These are the highlights.  I won't go into details about the temper tantrums, time-outs and struggles that have come with moving, settling in and having a 2 year old and making lots of adjustments...because I'm sure you have enough low points of your own!  So these are the highlights, hopefully I won't be such a blog stranger in February!


1 comment:

  1. What wonderful highlights! We are struggling with HFMD right now! Praying my hubby and I don't come down with it! Prayers on the settling in process!