Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Friend Time

The itty-bitty table. 

The kid's table + one hairy dad. 

The adult's table + one teeny tiny baby.Yep, we squeezed a bunch of people into our little kitchen.

For all the yelling that this kid does and temper tantrum throwing, he is still darn cute and loving. 

We love Mrs. B!

A picture of all the kids, not easy. Gus lurking in the background = priceless.

Silly faces!

My wee girl.

K and P

Thursday, January 23, 2014

A Wee Bit of Catching Up


Ta-Ta, Vera still wears the sweater you made for Sam. ;)

My sweet peanut. 

Our friend Jamie with the peanut.  


Oh, hi Opa!

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

My Two Youngest

Vera's 8th Birthday - Part 2

I love my little pumpkin!

Vera got a  little shy during the birthday song...kind of a usual with kids it seems.

Not only did I buy two Costco cakes, every single piece was gone by the end of the party. Holy hell, that is a lot of cake.

A horde of cake eaters!

Cute friends!

8 is going to be a good age.

Trouble written all over this little face.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

One guess... figure out which parent ok'd putting Pearl in the baby doll stroller. The crazy part, she looks like a little doll. Sisters.


So far so good, this little chica is a fairly easy baby who is quick to smile. She does already have a huge mama/family attachment and doesn't like being passed off to other people. Her favorite spot is in mama's arms.

The big question still remains, who does she look like? Is she going to be a mini-Keller?

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Vera's 8th Birthday - Horse Riding

How do I have an 8-year-old? It just seems a little crazy that my first baby is so tall, mature, and capable. After horse camp during the summer, V has been desperate to take riding lessons. We haven't started those yet, but an hour and a half horse ride on her birthday seemed like a nice beginning and was her big present.

Vera has declared this her favorite picture of her and and her dad. 

They had real cowboys at the Circle Bar B. ;) 

V kept turning around to state how happy she was with the ride. She would estimate how long we had ridden and then make the statement, "We've been riding for 20 minutes, which means that we still have an hour and 10 minutes. I am really enjoying myself."

It was magical...seriously, this part of the ride felt like we were in a fairy tale and Prince Charming was going to bust out of the bushes and serenade us.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Cousin Time