Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Monday, December 22, 2014
I realized that I need to post some Thanksgiving photos before we reach Christmas! Time flies when you're having fun...or if you're getting old. Ha! As a child, I could never believe that time would go quickly, but sure enough...
Our family Thanksgiving was such a special time because everyone was able to come at the same time- Steve and Angela, Brian, Mel, Thom and Viv, and Zach and I. (We also had seven dogs!)
Viv enjoyed some snuggles from her favorite Grandpa
Feeding time is enjoyed by all
The gang's all here!
Viv's first Christmas cookie baking experience. She stayed involved with each step.
A child's discovery of the magic of cookie cutters!
When sleds aren't available, laundry baskets work just fine.
Candyland at Hershey Park- getting her ready for roller coaster rides!
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Friday, November 7, 2014
This year Remy received quite a few compliments on his costume as Waldo. Unfortunately, he wasn't fond of wearing it, so yet again, there was no prize for us at the costume contest at Bark in the Park. Oh well, this year I had the pleasure of Mom, Dad, Mel and Viv joining us for the walk and that was a lot of fun! Viv was really quite comfortable in her skunk costume and couldn't have been any cuter if she tried!
We also went trick or treating downtown Carlisle at local businesses. Viv wasn't quite into it, but was much more content when she go her seaweed treat. Who knew you could tame a cranky child with seaweed rather than candy!
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
I finally got around to taking a photo of my front door decorations for fall. I've had the area done for a while now and as you can see, the corn shocks are already on their way out! Oh well, tomorrow is trick or treat night and then they can come down.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
I got to visit this cutie last weekend. She is growing so much, I can hardly believe it! We enjoyed trips to music class and the Please Touch Museum. She has quite the personality and it's fun to see her making new discoveries about what she can do and the world around her.