April 30, 2013

February & March {The Things We Love}

...the things we love but are glad that are over because we're never sad to see winter go.

I skipped January with this series (and I've just been so good about blogging lately) because it's January and who really cares?

February and March should have been the end of winter, but they weren't. Fortunely I have three kids to help pass the time and dull the senses and give me lots of moments to love....

Superbowl Sunday. Apparently there was a big game on? But the husband had to leave for Timbuktu, North Dakota, so the kids helped me box up the Expo shirts we had made for everyone in our district.

Just another winter day....

The boy sorting beads for the bracelet craft I provided for the big girl's first "Kingdom Ball" at church.

The big girl all ready for the Ball. Daddy made it home just in time to take her.

Making Valentines Day boxes on yet another snowy weekend.


Valentines Day Sledding Party

Passing out Valentines
Birthday cake for the husband.

Playing with toys. I hope I appreciated it while it lasted because toys hold no interest for her now.

Those extra large drifts serving a purpose for the dog at least.

Growing in crawling proficiency.

Waiting for cookies. And not my no-refined sugar, no flour excuses for cookies, either. Nope, nothing but the good stuff - white flour, white sugar, and hydrogenated oils. Delicious with milk.

Cheerful, cheeky smiles from the baby with the dark eyes of a nameless color.

Big sister doing her thing. (And for Pete's sake, I am so sick of taking blurry pictures.)

Playing with Daddy.



Lisa @ Cow Spots and Tales said...

Love all of these. Your beautiful kids are growing so fast. I love how even the dog seems discontent w/ the giant snow drifts in spite of her thick, furry coat!

Camille said...

Hi Cassie...it's been awhile since I stopped by at *your place* and find that you now have three precious littles to love on. Wonderful! Such precious memories you are making. The photo of your kids peering into the oven is absolutely adorable...it's my favourite on this post. :)

Blessings to you!

P.S. No need to repay the visit...just wanted to let you know I was here. I do remember those busy busy days when mine were small...no pressure from me. :)

Jess said...

I stopped by, just for no reason at all. And at first glance I truly thought those were pizza boxes in the first picture. (maybe it's just too late and I should be in bed)

(or maybe pizza sounds good)

Been thinking of you. That's all.