A whole real week back at school with no delays and no snow days…and we’re all incredibly exhausted. Vacation spoiled me. Although I did manage to find the energy for some incredibly low impact shuffling at the gym. I’m paying for it today by not being able to sit/stand/walk correctly. This pregnancy is kind of kicking my ass already.
Christmas boots she wears basically every day
Father-son hockey game date
Not sad she got left and home for Mommy cuddles
Crazy ass weather
Singing to herself while I sign her up for ballet
Princess Tiana/Winter Elf
I knit these out of buffalo fur. They’re insanely warm.
I’m pretending we left that pumpkin on the steps FOR the squirrels, and it’s not still there because I can’t deal with shoveling it up and throwing it in the garden.
Can’t sleep alone
No one else signed up, so we get private swim lessons #WINNING
Fugitive Icee drinkers at Starbucks
Their new favorite bedtime book
He wanted me to take a picture of him standing on the “snow mountain” i.e. tiny lump of snow that didn’t melt in the rain
I took my very attractive children to see Frozen, again.
Sleeping with Elsa
Let it go, let it go!
They dressed themselves, arranged this display and then requested I take a lot of pictures
Also how I feel.
Why did the one-legged wild turkey cross the road?
The appropriate way to watch My Little Pony
I was supposed to have these done last week but there are SO MANY good ones it’s taking me forever. Such gorgeous children.
I have two photo sessions to work on on Monday and one to shoot on Thursday. It’s definitely not as crazy as it was in the fall but I’m pretty thrilled to have clients even in the winter. I also realized I hardly ever take personal pictures anymore, so using my camera on my OWN kids is a goal for 2014. And also to blog more, which I say every week but I’m failing. The difference between pregnant at 26 and pregnant at 31 is about 3 naps a day.
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