Sunday, January 30, 2011
Well, basketball season has started & this year, Abby is playing basketball & Audrey & Adrienne are cheerleading. This is a first for all of them, so the house was full of nervous energy the morning of our first game. They all did GREAT! Audrey especially had fun showing her spunk & cheering for her twin. Adrienne showed off her stellar jumps & Abby rocked it as she drove the ball down the court. A GREAT game!
Friday, January 28, 2011
Here are some of my recent favorites: Clay & Addison on a "lunch date,"--I'm so enjoying this last year with her at home. She is so fun! Abby & Adrienne fixing breakfast-- They are turning out to be quite the little chefs, really! & Audrey with an apple-smile-- She continues to brighten our days with her crazy humor! I don't think my days were EVER this interesting!
OK, so I KNOW it's been a LONG time since I've even looked at this blog, but I will happily excuse myself with investing that time with my family, making all these memories you see in the pictures. :) The girls are growing like weeds (even to me)! And each week seems to be filled to the brim with crazy adventures & hilarious bedlam. Here are some of our latest memories...
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Friday, December 4, 2009
Just before Thanksgiving, Clay's parents & brother came down to Texas for a visit. We took a day trip to Kemah Boardwalk on the gulf and had a great time! The girls loved riding the train & double-decker carousel. Addison had her first experience with Dippin' Dots, which she did not believe was real ice cream. One FUN day! Thanks for coming, Mimi, GrandDaddy & Uncle Clint! We love you!
When is a gingerbread man not a gingerbread man? When she's a ballerina, of course! Like the twins' Turkey Lurkey project, Adrienne had a gingerbread person she got to dress up. I think she did a fantatic job (& I STILL have super-glue on my fingers!)!
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Audrey & Abby had a Thanksgiving week project: Turkey Lurkey doesn't want to be Thanksgiving dinner, so he needed a clever disguise! Abby's turkey was a "hula dancer," complete with lei & poms, and Audrey's was "Cowboy Lurkey," who, of course, has leather boots & a Texas-size belt buckle! I did help a little by cutting out the parts to use, but they did most the work (honest!). I think they look TUR-riffic!