Friday, December 9, 2011

My Two Girls

I love these two girlies with all my heart. Emma is always watching out for her little sister. making sure that she has enough hugs and kisses to last a lifetime. Ellie, in turn, adores Emma. She usually has nothing but smiles for her. It makes me so happy that they are best friends. Put my little Natorade in the mix, and we have the Three Musketeers!

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Monday, December 5, 2011

Ellie's First Food

Ellie couldn't be left out of the breakfast yesterday, so George brought her her very own Santa plate and some Sweet Potatoes. She scarfed them up and even wanted more. I think she has been watching big brother and big sis and she was just ready! She wants to be in on the action!

I'm so proud of my little baby girl!
Sunday, December 4, 2011

Ellie is 4 months old...a month ago!

I have been so bad about blogging! I take lots of pics, but they just sit on my computer for weeks, or in this case over a month!

So this is my little Ellie Bean's 4 month picture. She is just such a happy baby. She is the happiest when she is in my arms and I don't mind a bit! She curls herself into me and just takes everything around her in. She loves watching Nathan and Emma and you can just tell she wants to join in on the fun.

She is rolling over more and more and is never in the same spot on her mat where I put her down.

Love you to the moon and back little Els!

Saturday, December 3, 2011

North Pole Breakfast

George made his first appearence of the year this morning and he brought with him a yummy North Pole Breakfast, complete with snow covered donuts, snowballs, candy canes, and treats for the kiddos. They loved it!

I found the idea for this breakfast over at Little Pumpkin Grace and borrowed the idea from her and put my own little twist on it!

That sneak George the Elf even cut out snowflakes that hung from the ceiling. These took a lot longer than you think, though, because George sort of forgot how to make them! A lot of paper was harmed in the making of these!

George decided to hang out on the sled that was filled with little baggies of snowballs (mini marshmallows) that came straight from the North Pole! I love his little mischievious grin!

He laid out snow covered donuts on his favorite Santa Plate. Apparently, these are one of Santa's favorite treats!

George even brought Nathan and Emma their very own little treat bucket that was filled with a fun Santa Pez dispencer, a Christmas shirt, a North Pole puzzle, and some warm, toasty Christmas socks. Nathan's shirt said, "Jingle Bells, My Sister Smells." That George, he has a funny sense of humor!

He left a little note for each kid, also, letting them know how proud he was of their good behavior. I loved watching their little eyes as I read the letters to them. Christmas is such a magical time of year and it makes me all sappy.

George left little cups of hot chocolate to drink. Ems and Nathan decided to throw some of their snowballs in their cups--floating glaciers!

Our first annual North Pole Breakfast was a success and I can't wait to make this a fun tradition for our family, one that our kids will do with their kids, and that they will remember for years to come. Thanks Little Pumpkin Grace for the inspiration!


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