Behind me I heard little voices: "I love you, Princess." "I love you, too, Ladybug." So I stopped what I was doing to take a picture.
She loved her play dough snow man. She put a little face on it with a marker and then when I told her to show it to me so I could take a picture, she said, "No, I want to look at it like this." And then she just sat there. So I clarified, "You want me to take a picture of you looking at your snowman?" "Yep." So I did.
Her little tree. She's very proud. My favorite part is the clown nose that is being used as an ornament.
His retired work clothes.
Disguised for an activity at the mall. This cracks me up every time I look at it;)
She can peel a clementine in one long stringy thing.
This is my oldest daughter's: a vintage compact. She found it at an antique store a while back and loves that it has a secret compartment. I hid a secret love note in it. Someday she will find it right when she needs it, I am sure. (Because Father blesses us like that--little stuff right when we need it.)
Jake brought home this big tupperware that held cookies in it from work. This little munchkin fell in love with it. After hanging out with him all day, she said on the way to bed, "Mommy, I want to sleep with my cookie. I love that cookie."
Home made play dough.
Through the windshield.
Merry Christmas, friends! And happy all the other stuff that's going on, too.