An iPhone dump is handy when you haven't blogged in 2 months and don't know where to start.
Annabeth got into the ballerina spirit on this day.
A grill from a quarter machine really completed the look.
This is the "small personal items belt" Curt gave me for Christmas for my short-lived season of running with some girlfriends as they trained for a 10K. It holds my phone and a key. I found myself wishing for it one day when I wasn't running, which is how fanny packs were born. Horror!
We had so much fun with these pink striped tights when the weather was cool.
Here's AB and her baby doll in matching outfits.
Sometimes Snow White likes to run errands with me.
My sis and me.
Annabeth with some of her besties at church.
The kids after getting Valentine's cards and blessings in the mail from Nana and Pappaw.
We had lunch with Jackson at his school on his 6th birthday. We didn't bring him food because he eats so early, none of the fast food restaurants are even serving lunch yet. Craziness! He loves getting salad, which may be even crazier.
He dressed up for "Go Texan Day" at school. He wasn't real thrilled about it, but I had assumed he would freak out and give me a guilt trip if I didn't dress him up. *Sigh*
We met Aunt Melissa for lunch at City Center one day and had cupcakes for dessert.
I spent the night at my parents' new house on the last night of Bible study. Daddy made me waffles in the morning. He's the sweetest.
I got to see Lady Antebellum at the rodeo this year with some friends. No visit to the rodeo is complete without a grilled chicken sandwich from this place. Amen.
Annabeth braved her second haircut and actually let them wash her hair in the sink beforehand.
She was a champ!
Jackson made his own PBJ for the first time.
Here's AB looking like Rambo. She had gotten into some ashes in the BBQ pit and they were all over her face. She can be very girly but she has a feral side, too.
One of the many smiles of Aberly.
This is the result of my daughter sneaking into my makeup bag and applying extreme lip plumping gloss to her face. The pinkness is not the color of the gloss, but the reaction of her skin to whatever was in it. Yikes! Also, if she becomes a clown one day I'll say it started here.
On April 1, our church had a very exciting day. We started a second worship service and we were also visited by Brandy and Ashley, the two sisters of Horseback for Haiti. They had just completed a 7-month journey from Michigan to Houston to raise money for water wells in Haiti.
We recently took our kids to a little circus out in Waller. I can't believe I said yes to this.
Annabeth had been begging for me to paint her nails. We finally did it the night before Easter. She was so happy.
This week BCF held a Bible study night for the women of our church.
Only six more Fridays until summer. I'm so ready! Enjoy your weekend, friends.