Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Phone Pictures

 With the twins in preschool, I now have two child-free hours twice a week.  I caught up on my birthday cards for first two hour break.

 Brody, Archer and Avonlea giving some intense family hugs.  They were hugging (and giggling) so fiercely that they were having trouble standing up.

 Palmer and the twins taking a short break from the splash pad to sun bath,

 Avonlea asked me to do her hair like a princess for church. 

 All the kids snuggling with Daddy.

This combination of cards was given to Greg during a round of playing Boxers or Briefs with some friends.  Apparently, we are on the same page in our impressions of him.

 The twins watching YouTube videos in style.

 Last day of free lunch at the park.  The lunches were a regular for us this summer.

 Archer and Avonlea at the library's Superhero craft night.

 Greg and I at Black Bear Diner.  Crazy huge portions!

 Archer and Avonlea = best buddies.

 Funny poses during swim class.

 The kids all ready for dress like a cow day at Chic fil A.

 Archer got a haircut.

 Avonlea went for a pedicure (her first) with my sisters and I.

 Teeter tottering in the rain and loving it.

 The twins were on the B,R,A,T,Y, diet due to a nasty virus.  We took them out from some frozen yogurt; we all wondered why we hadn't been doing so every day of their restricted diet.

 Avonlea's cute curly hair in the California humidity.

 Greg had far too much fun playing all the instruments at The Museum of Making Music.

Some days Avonlea is all about me fixing her hair super fancy.  Other days she doesn't even want me to brush it. 

 The boys were obsessed with Lego Mixels this summer.  We had them earn these with a few weeks work.

 Palmer missing both his front teeth.

 Dad bought Palmer and Brody a treat for school graduation.

 They fought all day long and the suddenly they were best buddies, sharing a chair, heads together, giggling.  Only brothers can flip the switch that quickly!

 Making English tarts with my Granny's tart pan from England.

Whenever we have girls over to play; Avonlea won't leave their side.  She needs a sister!

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