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May 18, 2009
We cut down and pulled up some bushes along the side of our garage so we could plant a vegetable garden. We planted beets, carrots, spinach, lettuce, tomatoes, yellow cherry tomatoes, zucchini, red, green and yellow peppers, corn, green beans, sweet peas, strawberries and lots of herbs (some in planters). Yes, that is MAdeline and Ellie, they are wearing some fun wigs our friends gave us.
April 14, 2009
On Saturday we enjoyed a lovely Seder dinner at our dear friend Susan's home. On Sunday after church - the Easter bunny came, the girls are still young enough to enjoy a good egg hunt! Ellie lost a tooth - and now LOOKS like the Easter bunny. Later that evening, we had Easter dinner at the Thatchers. Wonderful weekend.
April 10, 2009
Unlike last Spring break, where we spent most of it swimming at the beach - this year was cold, even with some snow flurries! But I think we where able to make the most of it.
Day 1: was awfully cold and rainy. We spent most of the day inside at our friends the Dominies where we watched Bolt and played Poly Pockets.
Day 2: Spent the morning at the Chiropractors getting adjusted. Had another Dr.'s apt, and Madeline had a playdate, that evening the girls had their photos taken.
Day 3: Bronx zoo. Wednesdays are free- or pay what you want, but it was chilly, with some rain and snow flurries - so the zoo wasn't too crowded and that was nice. If we kept on moving and thanks to Aunt Julies "Kuhl" jackets we were able to stay warm - enough. the girls got to ride their first camel, see a baby giraffe, and lion cub, they also had their first lesson on the BIRDS AND THE BEES when 2 monkeys decided to get busy, right in FRONT of the glass!! - I was to shocked to catch THAT one on film!
April 05, 2009
March 24, 2009
I have found these tips to be very helpful in raising Madeline Ellie - Read carefully fist time moms, and dads!!!
no blow horn!
Use baby wipes/ not dress!
do not feed baby chicken drum stick!
not in the dresser.
shoes-not a chew toy.
throwing groceries on top of baby, bad.