Saturday, February 23, 2008
So, here is our little party animal- fifteen minutes before he crashed for the night.
Thursday, February 21, 2008
For Kylee's president's week off, I decided to take the kids on on road trip. We knew we'd miss daddy- but thought it'd be good to give him a few days to get some of his office work done in peace and quiet. On our trip, we packed our days with fun in while visiting my brother and sis in Mountain House, and then my family in Oakland. This was the first trip where I felt like my kids are all grown up. Instead of a stroller, I brought a trike and scooter. Instead of diaper changes, we stopped at rest areas for potty breaks for the whole family. The kids are movie zombies, so driving for 4-5 hours straight was a breeze- they just took turns picking movies the whole way! Even though we had some rain- Auntie had the great idea to take the kids ice skating- they've never been, and both did SUPER adapting to the ice. When the sun was out, so were we- walking and playing at playgrounds. I definitely want to take advantage of future school breaks and take more trips like this. It's great for the kids to get some city exposure, and even better for us all to get some extra quality time with the family. Love you guys, thanks for a great time!
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Kylee is ready to head home from school with her bag of loot!
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
So, I was getting the kids dressed this morning and they both put on their UC Davis socks. I was so proud of my little future Aggies- and I did the whole "Go Aggies" cheer. They were very excited, and repeated "Goooooo Aggies!" Then I said "Whoooo UC Davis!" And they changed it to "Whooooo I see Davis!" (Well, Kylee changed it, and Owen repeated after Kylee.) So cute.
Monday, February 11, 2008
Sunday, February 10, 2008
Monday, February 4, 2008
The week ended with two snow days from school, our town got dumped on with snow! And we loved it... snowboarding and nighttime sledding in our backyard, our biggest snowman EVER, and we, luckily, never lost power so we could still watch the very exciting ending to the super bowl. (And we really only did watch the last quarter... we were too busy sledding in the dark while daddy cleared the driveway, so we could drive our cars this morning.)