Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Hot Dog Bun Cell Phones

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No GoPros over here, only this thing.

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Skin, bones, ebony, and ivory.

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He was totally into the firemen, until one came crawling at him.


 1/31
The best way to enjoy the Super Bowl (thanks to our neighbors).

1/31
Finally binky free.
But that means his bedtime request list has gotten longer by one: lights on until he falls asleep.
Milk, applesauce, sleep sheep playing ocean sounds, and stuffed animals are standard.

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Sarah set up a treat stand, but instead of money the kids paid with nice notes or hugs.
Never seen these boys get so huggy.

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Makes up for the crazy mornings.

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Seriously.

 2/7
Most likely inspired by Sarah's stand.
We literally had no supplies except a few random cups and some strawberries I turned into juice.
A nice neighbor and some girl scouts bought out all 4 cups.

2/8
Nathaniel and Drew found out they're on the Giants together (coached by Nathaniel's dad).
Nathaniel had joked that they should have cake and party hats if they got on the same team.
Made all his dreams come true with those super fancy hats.

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Justin set this up for fun and it took over the living room for a week.

2/10
Owen found out he'll be on the Phillies with Nolan (not pictured; Nathaniel's brother),
so he needed Philly Cheesecake.

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Justin thinks his drinks are safe in the fridge.



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My favorite parts of our yard: wild calla lilies (look good) and pittosporum (smell good).

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2/18
Pancakes were taking too long.

2/21
Short-lived "Go Dog Go" obsession.

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2/23
Hacienda Hay & Feed (got permission to break the rules).



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 3/5
Sometimes we take a break from our morning exercise routine to build rock stacks on the beach.
And sometimes I come home and ruin any exercising that happened with pancake stacks.

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Seriously tempted to let him go to school like that.

3/6
Justin got a new phone app.

 3/6
Group picture from Talen's birthday party.



3/7
Williams Sonoma's free cooking class: sandwiches and wraps.
Her wrap included cream cheese, hummus, strawberries, cucumber, banana, egg, and swiss cheese.

 3/7
The leprechaun trap Auggie made at Beverly's Crafts.
That, a few pinches, and a corned beef were the extent of our St. Patty's Day celebrating.

3/14
Cheering section at Drew's first game of the season (which was way too hot for Pacific Grove).

3/16
A typical afternoon with these girls.

2 comments:

Torgersons said...

Auggie makes a beautiful girl. Love the wild lilies in your yard!

Rachel said...

Gosh, so much to say about this post!! I should just go to the comment section before I even look through them all then write all my thoughts as I go through them haha. Auggie naked playing the piano is too perfect but also he is too big. That treat stand is possibly the cutest thing I've ever seen. Drew looks so happy. You are the coolest celebrating mom ever with the party hats and the philly cheesecake. Do you have giant windows in your living room? I'm jealous! I didn't realize there were wild callalillies in your backyard!! Jealous, again.August should go on toddlers and tiaras. He would win. Sally's wrap looks delish. Did she actually eat it all? Isn't corned beef the best?! Those girls strike killer poses, I'm impressed. Okay the end.