Saturday, November 20, 2010

Yum...Its almost Thanksgiving!

With Thanksgiving less then a week away, we decide it was time to practice up for the big event. Ya know- the FOOD! While all of us have been practicing with our utensil skills, I to have to say I have it mastered. Reminder- I am also the kid with the broken elbow so this is impressive.

Jordan is getting the idea of using his spoon to eat yogurt, but he still hates using a fork for other meals.
Then there's Addison. I'm not sure how to say this without offending anyone (aka: her). She doesn't really know what she's doing and this is after months of practice. She really just loves getting her hands in there and getting every. last. drop.
Mommy has been telling us that we need to be thankful since that's what Thanksgiving is all about. Besides the food and festivities this next week, we have a few other things we are thankful for, too. First of all, I am getting my cast off on Wednesday which is really a blessing for the entire family. Jordan and Addison were actually pretty lucky that I never used my cast to defend my Lego towers. Because believe me, I thought about it A LOT. We are also thankful to have memere & pepere coming to stay with us to celebrate, too. Speaking of them, check out the new jackets they sent us. We tried them out this morning because it was really cold outside.

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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Some Oldies but Goodies

We've been meaning to post, but there hasn't been anything exciting going on with us. Its been rainy and cold lately, so mommy hasn't gotten any photos of us (what a relief, its hard looking good 24/7 for the "mom-arazzi").

After talking to Jack & Jordan about what we should tell our readers about, we decided it was a good time to show you some stuff that never made it to our posts. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did!
Taking a break at Toys R Us in Ohio on our way to Massachusetts

Jack's first hair cut by daddy. It didn't go well...

Jordan was calm for his hair cut
We were quads for the day with our friend, Caleb.

Daddy with us in Superior, WI
Jack rockin' mommy shades

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Off to Never Neverland

We (okay mommy) decided that we were going to be Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and Tinkerbell for Halloween this year. I was really excited to dress up (see picture below I think I'm really flying) while my brothers weren't quite as excited with what they had to wear. I tried to tell them they wouldn't be judged for wearing girl's leggings, eye liner, and my boots since it was Halloween...but they didn't seem to believe me. Here's a recap of our trick or treating experience as 2 year olds...Enjoy!

Our first stop, Auntie Dawn's...we were really excited!
Us with our big cousins
Checking out our loot...

Peter Pan checking out his own treats...

Captain Hook really did not want to wear his hat and when you mentioned a "mustache" he'd cover it up...
Here he is in full battle. I'm pretty sure it was towards mommy and her camera.