Weekly Portrait of My Children 5/52

a weekly portrait of my children, every week, in 2016.

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week five// scout: has started singing happy birthday all the time (no clue how or why), is still obsessed with “momkies,” and has learned how to jump (without her feet actually coming off the ground, but she’s still pretty proud!).

week five// griffin: loves reading (especially his dear zoo book), has a sick raspberry habit, and is big into kissing the dogs these days.

Snow Day (weekend)!

Woohoo!  After the mildest winter ever, we finally got a little snow.  Well, a lot of snow.  Thirty inches to be exact.  We hunkered down with our best friends, delicious food and beer (duh), and watched the snow fall all day Saturday. We took the kids out for their first real adventure in the snow on Saturday night when we walked to the other side of the development to our neighbors, and then again for a sled ride on Sunday.  Looks of awe all around.  Hoping for at least one more big storm before spring shows its pretty face 🙂
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Weekly Portrait of My Children 4/52

a weekly portrait of my children, every week, in 2016.

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week four// scout: greets everyone with “hi!’ and the cutest wave i’ve ever seen, thinks all food is “chichen,” or “toookies,” and has kicked her pacifier habit relatively easy.

week four// griffin: has also booted the pacifier, is learning new words at a crazy pace, and loves doing whatever his big sister does.

Weekly Portrait of My Children 3/52

a weekly portrait of my children, every week, in 2016.

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week three// scout: insists on laying on her belly in the tub (not leaving too much room for that pesky brother of hers), will pet the side of your face while saying “nyyyyyeee”- nice, and when asked to share with griffin, she’ll throw whatever she’s holding on the floor and walk away.

week three// griffin: brings your shoes over to you as soon as you take them off- every single time, has started feeding himself with a spoon and fork, and refers to stella as “vava.”