Just 5 days ago it was warm enough to go running through the hose at our house. Now it is snowing. Kevin called me at work at 5:30 yesterday to tell me that it was snowing. He ended up leaving the kiddos at Granny's so no one would have to drive the canyon in the icy roads in the morning. I was a little bummed to not be able to spend Reece's birthday with her but better off safe. This is what our yard looked like this morning.
Oh my goodness baby girl, I cannot believe how fast you have grown. You are a little ball of energy, a great mixture of sweetness and spunk. You have been the perfect little addition to our family. At three you want to do everything like your big sister. You have an amazing vocabulary but are sometimes hard to understand. This is getting better with each passing day. We are currently trying to potty train you and have seemed to turn a corner. Two full days in panties and a full dry night. You are stubborn and I am sure will do it only when you are fully ready to. You are so attached to your b's (little blankets) that its crazy. I think they really comfort you and you love them and will carry three or four at a time. You love Tangled and The Little Mermaid. Not the typical princesses but the ones with a little sass. Daddy and I love you so much and cannot wait to watch you grow.
Kevin is an auto mechanic who works for the second largest employer in Southern California. He can fix anything, from cars to bikes to dolls. Brittany is an Assistant Manager working for the largest employer in Southern California. In her spare time she chases the girls around and tries to do as much with them as possible... and the cleaning too. Cailey is a bright little girl that will talk your ear off. She is our little princess and loves to read, dress up, play teacher, dance and watch movies. Reece is a wild little girl. We often refer to her as our little boy because she will try anything, but she is also a big cuddle bug too who loves to dance and ride her bike. Thats us, living life.
This blog is set up, purely to let family and friends know what we have been up to. It will also be made into a book yearly for our kids to enjoy and keep.