Monday, April 27, 2009
In other news I spent the morning painting Maggie's room a nice bubblegum pink-LOVE IT! Since I couldn't really make her room super girly before she was born I am taking full advantage now. We also finished up some work in the backyard (or brick patio to be more precise) and it looks a lot better.
I tried to upload a video of Maggie walking but was not successful. I will keep trying though-she is so cute toddling around the house. Hope you are all keeping cool and having a great week!
Monday, April 20, 2009
We also experienced our first real taste of East Coast traffic on our way home...yuck! We did see this sign along Route 1 though which kept us laughing till we got home.
Monday, April 13, 2009
(do not use this map!!!)
We had a nice little condo on the beach with an indoor pool for Miss Maggie. She totally freaked out when we tried to set her down in the sand and kept lifting her feet up and trying to brush it off. It was actually hilarious! Once she realized how much fun could be had, she was all for it. She loved digging with her shovel and bucket and playing in the waves with Daddy.
Finally playing in the sand with Daddy
Monday, April 6, 2009
First of all...GO STATE! Our Michigan State Spartans are playing UNC tonight in the NCAA Championship. We are so excited to watch the game and cheer on the Spartans to victory!! This is always a great time of year and even better when MSU does well.
Along with some of the other Moms from our playgroup, I started a month long cake decorating class. Our teacher is a riot and it should be good for a lot of laughs (and hopefully some new cake skills as well). Rob is the lucky guy who will benefit from all of the cake baking and will get to take some yummy treats to work with him. This week our design is a rainbow cake...I really think the Soldiers will like it.
On Thursday we took a short trip to the ER with Maggie. Long story short she had a case of "nursemaids elbow". A quick fix from the Doc followed by a red Popsicle and we were on our way home. Apparently this is a common problem in young children. Who knew?
Walking with Joshie and SofiaSo much Fun!!