Two handsome boys and a beautiful princess in (hopefully) the first of many mama-made holiday dresses. I've been hoping for a girl ever since my oldest son told me at the ripe old age of not-quite-three that he didn't like the overalls I was making him for holidays.
Aunt Jenny got Elizabeth a shopping cart for Christmas, thus putting her one step closer to
Last Thursday, we left our desert home and drove about 1.5 hours across town and up the largest nearby mountain to find snow. Rather than storing sleds we use once a year (if that), we use the lids from underbed plastic boxes. They look a little silly, but I at least get points for being thrifty, right?!
This was the view of my living room on Christmas night. We are very fortunate to have grandparents who love their grandkids so much, but oh my! We spent a day a few days later going through and organizing and donating toys, so it looks much better now.