Remember Ethan? I can’t believe he’s already 3 months old! So handsome and such a happy little guy. We took his 3 month pictures at Coker Arboretum on the UNC campus. Looking forward to taking more pictures of this little man’s first year! He is such a cutie! P I N this to pinterestP I N this to pinterestP I N this to pinterestP I N this to pinterestP I N this to pinterestP I N this to pinterest

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I can’t believe it’s already April! Wow! March just flew by.

Looking at my goals for March:

*Pullen Park was pretty much amazing. I loved it. Owen loved it. It was awesome. He was so excited about the choo choo. He wasn’t quite so sure about the carousel, but the boats were a big hit! We ended the trip with a locopop. I had never had one before, and I highly recommend the strawberry – delicious!

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*The Jillian Michaels dvd goal went pretty well. Man, those are tough.

*Taxes have been dropped off and filed! Woo-hoo!

*Okay, I am still working on the images I want to print and display. I have a few great ideas that I love from Pinterest that is on my to do list once again for this month.

Goals for April:

*Make some fun food for Owen.

*Try to have more craft days. I need to be organized and plan and prepare more projects. Owen just loves painting and really enjoys sitting on the porch in the afternoon and painting or working on crafts.

*Be more encouraging. Find some ways to encourage others around me.

*Clean up the garden and plant some pretty flowers (after April 11th)

What are your goals for April?

 

 

 

This week’s theme – Details.

I love holidays – decorating for holidays, eating holiday food, holiday parties, and definitely holiday crafts. So with Easter approaching, we have been working on many different crafts to celebrate – like these Graham Cracker Peep Houses.

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He looks at his little project everyday and says, “chickie, chickies!”  So when we heard about Aunt Wendy’s new chickens, we had to go see some real “Chickie, chickies.”

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Owen became fast buddies with the little chickie,

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These are Aunt Wendy’s goats. And as she pointed out to me, details can be very important. See the ears of the goat on the left. If your ears look like that goat, you are going to be raised for milk. If you have the ears like the goat on the right, well, that means you are going to be raised for meat. That one detail makes a big difference.P I N this to pinterest

Oh, and you can’t leave Aunt Wendy’s without trying out her tree swing. Amazing!

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Sydney is such a glowing baby! You can tell this little one knows just how loved she is. Happy, bubbly, and all about her Mommy and Daddy! I can’t believe she is already 9 months.  She is so beautiful and I love how these pictures capture her happy little personality and what a treasure she is to her parents.

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