I got Cecilia a $1 bag of doll clothes at a consignment sale, so she had to dress up two of her babies AND two of her bears.
Then she read them all their "fwavowite" story and put them down for their naps. She's been pushing them all around (together) in her doll stroller all week, and piling them into her arms to take them various places around the house. Definitely $1 well spent!
I was worried that the weather would turn cold before all our tomatoes ripened, but this Indian summer we've been having has allowed them to hold on a bit longer! We picked 4 green zebra tomatoes the other day and they're finishing their ripening on the counter. The green beans, yellow pear tomatoes, and squash are still going strong, too :)
Can you even believe what a big boy this baby has turned into?
And now for some awkward class pictures leaning against a tree...
The shirt isn't stained, it's wet because he couldn't get a sticker off...
I'm thinking he might need to rock a little bit of a Bieber-style hair cut next...
He begged for a "family" picture while we were outside, then moved and stood directly in front of Cecilia when I started the camera timer...
Despite temps in the mid-80s, Cecilia felt the need to bundle up...
"Do you want to smile?" I asked her.
Still in the mid-80s today, and she and John Paul spent over an hour playing outside in long sleeves, snow overalls, and snow boots. The neighbor boys came over to play and asked why the big kids were dressed that way...
Standing long enough for me to get up, get the camera, take a picture, and put the camera back...
Actually, make that double yikes.
Because now the new fun game is opening all the cabinets while I'm trying to cook... I've never baby proofed before, but this is a new kitchen, and these are TWINS. We'll see how long I can hold out!
Okay, it's taken MANY hours to write these, so... I'm just gonna be done now!
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