Thursday, February 14, 2008

Movie Marathon

Snow in Kirkland. Lilly loves ice....I mean snow.

Princess Lilly jumpin' on the bed.

A whole new meaning to log roll.

Our house is full of animals.

"Phoney" talk...

I think I am color blind.

A two year old speechless?!

Grandpas teach thumb wars, while grandmas teach...

Love my sister.

The Tickle Monster

Daddy is a puppeteer.

Our girls have too much fun.


Anisten loves being thrown!

Maybe Daddy should be more careful.

Friday, February 8, 2008

Indoor Camping

In an attempt to break up the manotany of daily life, we set out to go camping- indoors. I'm lucky I have a husband that not only goes along with my crazy ideas, he gets excited about them too. We put up a tent, a big tent, in our living room. We bought hotdogs and smores stuff. We turned the lights off, and started a fire in the fireplace. Lilly had so much fun running in and out of the tent, and playing with flashlights. We have a lantern that is battery powered, and we played games. We were planning on sleeping in the tent, all of us, overnight. After a few hours we realized that Lilly was still running in and out of the tent (actually there is a small zippered opening at the back of the tent which Rylan thinks is a doggie door. I'm still completely puzzled by this door.) Anyway, she was crawling out the tiny door in the back, running around and in the tent through the front, and repeated this action about a thousand times or more. So after realizing that true sleep in the tent wasn't going to happen, we put the kiddies to bed, took down camp, and slept blissfully in our bed dreaming of real outdoor camping adventures this summer. Then we will have to sleep in the tent.

Growing and Growing

Anisten has gotten so big! At 4 1/2 months she weighs over 14lbs. We love her face chub and thigh rolls.

This must be why they install 5 point safety harness'.

Safe and sound
Strong resemblance to Lilly don't you think?

Yummy toys, Anisten loves the jumper, thanks Marlece!

There's the chub I love.

Look really close on her lower gum, the two white shiny spots are her first two teeth! I had no idea she was teething. They just showed up a few days ago.