Friday, January 20, 2012

Friday Randoms

Sorry I went a little picture crazy this week. 
I just can't help it. 
My kids are so cute and I love capturing the precious every day moments of our life. 

Here's a peek at our week through the camera lens of my phone. 

Mackenzie and Wesley were so sweet taking Madelyn for rides down the slide at the park. 
She loved it!
She's pretty much got the best big brother and sister ever. 

We had a blast playing our eye spy puzzle. 
I think I've got some detectives on my hands. 
They could find most of the stuff before me!

The hubby made me his breakfast specialty 
eggs and chorizo.

He also started on phase one of Madelyn's Bible Verse sign
It will probably be done by the time she is in college. 

The little guy has been fighting off a cold/cough and wanted to wear his awesome beanie everywhere we  went. 

Kenzie and I went on a Mommy daughter date

Madelyn is definitely all girl. 
She loves to look at herself in the mirror.

I put the kids on dish duty. 
They did a great job washing the dishes...
and the counters
and the floor. 
Let's just say there was more water on the ground (and on them) then in the sink by the time they were done. 
But at least I didn't have to do the dishes!

We put Madelyn in baby jail while we folded the laundry. 
And then Mackenzie took her for rides around the house in the laundry basket (a.k.a. baby jail).
She loved it!

This what we like to call a "natural consequence." 
Wes feel out of his carseat onto the ground (in the Trader Joes parking lot) right after I told him to sit down so he wouldn't get hurt. 

Sees Scotchmellows hold a special place in my heart. 

I spent some time catching up in the kids baby books.
I was so far behind. 

The kids rode their bikes all the way to the park. 
They are getting so big.

Mackenzie has been working on writing her name all by herself. 
All nine letters of it. 

I made a yummy banana dessert for me and the kids (did you know that Mr. Sellars does not like dessert? Crazy huh?!)

We bought a VCR off Craigslist. 
It was a very happy day. 

The kids have been so excited to watch all of their favorite VHS's again (most of which are straight from the 80's and 90's). They were totally born in the wrong generation. 

Conversation heart candy is so addictive. 

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