|cardigan: crazy 8 (similar $10), pants: gap (same), shoes: thrift (similar $35)|
I'm a small town/country girl at heart and sometimes I get the urge to listen to some country music, especially, while I'm cleaning. This morning when I was listen to my pandora station, Martina McBride's song "This One's for The Girls" came on. Well later in the afternoon I hear Mini Man belting it out, but he had changed the lyrics so they were about him: "this one's for the boys, who've every had a broken heart, like Micah!" He was singing with so much passion I almost lost it - this kids has a lot of emotion for a four-year-old!
|outfit: gift (same), leggings: old navy (same), shoes: hand-me-down (similar $25)|
Little Lady turned three this past week and this matching girl and doll outfit was a gift from one of her aunts. She was pretty excited to put it on and to show everyone at church that her and her doll matched.
|shirt: crazy 8 (similar $8), waistcoat: zara (similar $16), pants: gap (same), |
batman shoes: gift (similar $36)
One night a week Jeremy has a late night class and so I usually don't make much of a supper. I'll make a green smoothie so we are all getting something healthily but then I let the kids choose the actually "meal", usually, it quesadillas or popcorn. Well this past week Big Buddy wanted pancakes but he couldn't remember the name and kept trying to describe them: "they are round, and soft in the middle, and you cook them on the stove, and you tear them up for me." Most of the time Big Buddy is quite expressive with his words (he got in trouble at church, when he was three, because he kept telling the teacher she was "frustrating him") we both found his confusion (and mine) quite humorous.