Wednesday, March 6, 2013
What do YOU do in the winter time?
Do you fall off your bed whilst sleeping and stay there?
Do you play sumo-wrestling with pillows shoved up your shirt?
Do you attempt to take photos (unsuccessfully) of your two kids before church?
Do you have bad hair days?
Or eat lots of beans?
Or get rolled up into a life-size blanket burrito?
Do you fall asleep in your high chair?
Or play lots in the snow?
Lucy in Will's snow outfit. She looks just like him.
Help dada make crepes?
Have family movie/popcorn night (Lucy is OBSESSED with popcorn)?
Do you play basketball?
Or eat a red crayon?
Is that what you do? Well, so did we!
Posted by Madsen Family at 10:00 AM
Friday, February 15, 2013
Luckily, Will's school is far more fun than I could ever be. He had a school Christmas program where all the kids got on stage and danced and sang to "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town". It really was quite entertaining. Then in January they had a school carnival and the kids had a ball, especially Lucy.
Posted by Madsen Family at 10:13 PM
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Christmas morn. All were up nice and early, with one little four-year-old who was quite ready to open up some presents. I love Christmas, but I especially love Christmas with kids and even more so with kids whose excitement is both tangible and contagious.
The waiting-on-the-stairs-forced-to-take-a-photo pose.
Lucy and her Santa present.
Santa brought Will his dada's legos, also building him a police boat and car with said legos. Will was jazzed.
Lucy got a few new books.
Will with his present for dada. Will helped wrap the present and then wrote on it to say who it was from (and who did he say it was from? The UPS guy, of course. It was too funny when I saw this--he just assumed that is who the present was from since that is who brought it to our house. Click on the photo and you can see it written in marker above the tag).
The kids enjoying their splendor.
And Lucy enjoying the baby Jesus' cradle, sitting in the stable that Josh built (for the ward Christmas party years ago that we keep stored in our basement).
And if that isn't the cutest face there is, then I don't know what is! Merry Christmas, says our cute little Goose-bug!
Posted by Madsen Family at 8:34 PM