Archive for January, 2014
This is what happens when you sleep these two on a King size bed. They gravitate towards one another.
Always wanting to be in someone’s arms.
Sporting his new kicks.
This kid would like to let you know that he’s too cool for school. Good thing its a Saturday.
Mid-day drive does the trick every time.
Grandma gives the best presents. I just about died when she put this fur bonnet on her head. Girls accessories are so much fun!
Oh . . . one of those PJ-all-day, iPad watching kind of days.
“Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you’ll land among the stars. So aim high, aim higher than you ever thought you could because if it just wasn’t meant to be, you’ll still shine.” – Unknown
At first I was really nervous how you would be towards your baby sister. Would you be jealous? Would you not care? But from the first moment you saw her, from the first poke on her cheek . . . you let us know that you completely adore her.
Fresh water monster.
Daddy’s treat for the boys when he comes back from work. Kinder Surprise! I wonder what’s inside!
Bubble bath goodness.
Boys club 2014. Need to this photo again in 15 years.
While boys were away, mommy and baby spent some quality time. My love baby gurrrrl!
With the weather forecast predicting biggest snow fall in 3 years, she slept peacefully.
After what it felt like a never ending winter break (2.5 weeks + polar vortex freezing cold day + snow day delay), school routines are finally back in track.
Jonah got his hair did.
What do you do on a gloomy, wet January afternoon? Slumber nap party in mommy & daddy’s bed. Wish the oldest would nap and join in.
This is how our family celebrates. Korean BBQ spicy pork with soju. NOM NOM NOM~
Baby girl will learn quickly that this family does a lot of kisses. Lots and lots and lots of squish face kisses. And she’s going to like it.
I could hear the hesitation in his voice as I was putting the helmet on his head. “Mommy, I don’t think this is a good idea.”
The cold weather finally gave us a break and we took his Christmas scooter out for the first time. He was cautious at first but with each stride, he gained more confidence and started to really enjoy himself. Milestone check list: Scooter Training – CHECK! Next up . . . Bicycle training.
From Northern VA to Seattle, WA . . . wishing daddy a wonderful birthday.
I’m terrified of this project but every year I end up asking the same question . . . to 365 or not. And I just made up my mind.
Let’s do this.
Here are my three little crazies. Jonah – 3.75 yrs, Joshua – 26 months and Phoebe 4 weeks.
Bring it on 2014!~
Its Christmas again in January. With loving aunties and uncles, these boys keep getting spoiled! They must’ve been REAL good last year.
Only the 3rd day of the new year and SNOW! We didn’t have much time so we built what we could. I thought our Olaf came out rather cute. LOL.
Joshie Moshie: Our second, the middle child, the wild one. 2 years old. Fearless. He’s the king of our jungle.
It might be just facial reflexes but I say she’s giving a wink. Like she’s already got it all figured out in her short life time.
At her 1 month check up. Showing off her incredible neck strength.
It was little too quiet around the house when I noticed it was little past his nap time . . .