Wednesday, October 29, 2014
We went on our annual trip out to a pumpkin patch, but this year we went to a real, legit, growing from the vines pumpkin patch. It was soooo much fun. They had a bunch of other activities for the kiddos. Elson said his favorite part was racing ducks down the water spout and Emily said her favorite part was the hay ride. My favorite part was watching the kids chase chickens....these truly are some country babies!!
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Just like last year, the twins had a blast at this year's Red River Revel. There favorite activities were once again the geological digging and the grocery shopping. They also really loved the Shreveport Library booth this year.
|She was so tired after all that playing, she had to get a ride from Dad back to the car.|
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Monday, October 6, 2014
Every year the Junior League puts on a Super Safety Saturday where the kids can meet first responders and climb in first responder vehicles. When we first walked up we were greeted by a dress up dolphin, which of course freaked Emily out. After that she was done. Elson and I had to drag her around so that he could check out everything. There were a few moments where she stopped throwing a fit long enough to take a picture. Aside from dealing with Emily's fit, Elson had a great time.
Friday, October 3, 2014
|Playing at the park with our buddies|
|Enjoying a little soup|
|Walking with Dad at the park (Drew came from work obviously)|
|Playing soccer with dad|
|Team work climbing a tree|
|Just a southern girl at a hunting camp|
Monday, September 29, 2014
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Living with three-year-old twins is like living with two crazy people (and I do mean that literally). In my never ending parental naiveness, I thought that we were in the free and clear once the terrible twos were gone. Once again, these two are proving me wrong. One second everything is going splendidly, then wham....everything has fallen apart. The slightest thing can set them off. Once Emily had a complete meltdown because "her sock was touching her foot." Seriously!! And not to be outdone, Elson threw a temper tantrum just yesterday because I had the audacity to take the wrapper off his lollipop for him....how dare I??!! Seriously....these kids could be mistaken for crazy people, but I'm pretty sure they're just regular three-year-olds ;)
|......and sometimes they are sooooooooo sweet!!!|