Our elf, Milo, merely sits on a shelf (as he’s technically supposed to) on December 1st. Avery and Ainsley can’t wait for another year with him :)
Category Archives: My Girls
Avery’s 10th Birthday
I officially do not make a good blogger :) It’s tough to find the time! I have lots of my daily project photos to catch up on. I thought I’d share some photos from Avery’s 10th birthday party yesterday. I… Continue reading
365 Project for June 2014
Since I’m terrible about posting even once a month, making a collage of a month after it’s over seems to be easier to manage for me… it’s also a complete disaster behind the scenes on my blog – I just… Continue reading
365 from May 2014
And now I’m caught up :)
365 from April 2014
A collage of the entire month. They aren’t in order as I needed to place them according to size and orientation rather than date ;)
Well geez, I’m only 80 some days behind on sharing my 365!
I’m going to catch up a little at a time and try harder not to be such a slacker ;) A collage of days 76 to 90. About half of March 2014.
I didn’t take photos the day of Halloween — to much going on… we had already dressed up several times prior for several reasons and I was just kind of over it! Here was costume setup #1, which Avery never… Continue reading
El Capitan State Beach – Summer Camping Trip
I’ve been a very bad, bad blogger :) So this morning I sat down and put together a bunch of photos from our week-long camping trip to El Capitan State Beach this year. I love it more every year we… Continue reading
Plugging along through summer
Only a few weeks left of summer vacation… we’ve had a great time being overly busy for days in a row, only to come home and literally not leave the house for a day or two. I like that about… Continue reading
Happy Summer Vacation!
We’re halfway through the first week of summer, and although we haven’t gone on many adventures just yet, we have turned the house upside down (the kids’ rooms, specifically) cleaning things out and getting rid of toys and clothes that… Continue reading