Yesterday was just another windy/rainy fall day in our house. The girls kept busy playing with one another, or watching the leaves blowing off the trees. They sure are becoming good little friends! Maybe its because I don't have a sister, but watching them play together warms me like nothing else.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Today was what we'd consider a 'lucky' day in our house, as Kyle had a business lunch meeting scheduled with none other than... Grandpa! Grandpa just so happened to arrive in the area a bit earlier than his actual meeting, to spend time with his girls. Hadley is definitely what you'd consider a grandpa's girl, but don't count Piper out yet, she just might be in the fight now too! Grandpa never got very far away from her without her hollering, "Ga!" as she tried to walk her wobbly little legs over to him. Thanks for coming, Grandpa, We love you!
On a different note, Hadley and Piper got Halloween cards in the mail this week from Oma & Opa (Thank you! ), and inside was a crisp two dollar bill. To which Hadley quickly asked if she could buy something with. We've never done that before, but I assured her that we certainly could do just that. When asked what she'd like to buy, she responded with, "Well, I think that I am big enough to go grocery shopping and push my own cart. Maybe buy some plums and some other fruit." Seriously, only a chiropractor's daughter would say that!
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Hi! This is kind of an adventure for me, as I am not exactly a techy kind of person. I don't promise to be a professional writer or photographer, but I really do want our family to better be able to see the girls grow. I won't have to bombard your email inboxes with random pictures and anecdotes anymore, as you can just check here when OR if you want! In addition, I think that it just might be the perfect place for me to finally write down all of those funny things Hadley (and soon Piper, I'm sure) says. Kids really do say the darndest things. With that, I will leave you with Hadley's latest funny comment... It seems as though nearly every time she has to go to the bathroom now, she makes this nonchalant statement to me with pride brimming in her voice, "Every time I look Mama, my buns just keep getting bigger and bigger!"