While Watching Them At Their House
1. Buy this awesome Crayola cookie kit on clearance after Easter.
2. Add the small amount of wet ingredients to
the ridiculously large amount of dry mix.
3. Use a spoon to mix.
4. Give up using the spoon and just do it with your hands.
5. Divide the dough into four parts, mixing the
three primary colors into three of the parts.
sheet, subsequently mangling the sun .
fit in the oven in their new house.
21. See if there's any way to move the cookies to another sheet.
22. There's not.
23. Try cooking the cookies with the door part
open, rotating the tray every 5 minutes.
24. Check on the girls. They're oblivious.
25. Realize the door-open strategy isn't working
because there is no heat left in the oven.
them to harden to eating quality.
not edible since the bottom halves are still gooey.
35. Be excited that, four hours later, the cookies are now edible.
36. Try to recognize what each one was supposed to be.
37. Use the rest of the neverending dough
to make some swirly cookies.
I debated whether or not to continue the monthly Snoopy pictures. I've rolled my eyes at people who have continued the pictures after a year. However, I decided I didn't want to give it up yet. So deal with it.
Our trees in the backyard bloomed!
He has returned to the age of chewing on his socks and feet.
That age being 6 months old.
He has started to pull up on the coffee table.
Sometimes he stops to take a bite out of it.
And sometimes he finds the newspaper
or magazines on the coffee table.
He isn't crawling or walking or anything, but started his physical therapy last week. They said they think he's going to progress really quickly, and I agree. He's started making progress on his own at home too, with the trying to stand and pull up, and moving around faster on his belly non-crawling style (such as pushing backward across the room, or rotating in place.)
There were several essential photo taking opportunities today.
I bought the shirt he wore to church today back in the fall, hoping he could wear it sometime in the fall, since it was 6-9 months. It got too cold before he could wear it, but it shockingly still fit when I tried it on him today. So yay! I had to get some pictures of him in it. Yay argyle sweaters!
This afternoon, I pulled Jake around the yard in his wagon just for fun.
Last night we went to our church's HUGE musical production of the life of Christ that they do every other year. It was incredible!
We had a weekend long Easter celebration 'round these parts. We went over to Jon's parents' house for Easter dinner on Friday night, because it was the only time the whole family could be there.
I edited his bib from last year...
One month old goober
Then Saturday afternoon...
Jake was more interested in playing
with Snoopy than posing with Snoopy.