This week we had a few things at the kids various schools. . .
Friday. . . Lindsay had a "Little House" party. They have been reading Little House in the Big Woods together as a class. She is addicted. . . she said that she would have loved to live like Laura Ingalls. "Don't you even think that I look like her mom?" (Except, for the teeth, I guess so, maybe.) I think Lindsay was born into the wrong century. She is now reading Little House on the Praire (#2) and wants to read the whole series. I think there is 9 in total. I am sure grateful for libraries. . .
They had a pancake breakfast, crafts, and games. Getting to play with yarn and sew at school were the highlights of the day!!
Alie had her "Spring Party" the same day. I was busy inside organizing a craft, but I did manage to snap a picture of her outside doing an egg relay. Spring Break here we come!!
Earlier in the week. . . I actually was able to fit her new hair cut into tiny ponys. Between the ponys and the white dress, I had to take a picture. They are two of my favorite little girl things. I just cannot resist a cute, crisp white dress!!
Ryan made the school activity list. . .which is rare for this junior high schooler. He was in a play for his drama class. Well, he wasn't "in" the play, but he was the narrator. He really wanted an actual part, but in the end, had a good time giving character to his voice. Great job Ryan!!
"Twin Day" was on Wednesday. This year they chose to dress like each other instead of with a classmate. This made it much easier for me, since they dress alike so much anyways! I wonder how long this will last.
Last but not least. . . Tuesday. . . Justin's classroom birthday celebration.
I did not notice until afterwards that he is surrounded by all girls in this picture! His buddies Carter, Quinn, and Logan were much wiser.
Miss Lawson made him a birthday crown, which he still is wearing around the house.
Phew. . . vacation. . . it's here!