Did I really let that many months slip away without a blog post??? Well, I obviously got my camera fixed so I've been getting back into the swing of things with my picture taking and having a blast doing so.
We had a warm front of 58 degrees come through today so we got ourselves outside to play. I had to put Hannah on my bike because she has officially outgrown her old one. She's a whole five foot, one inch tall now, thankyouverymuch!
Anyway, we had a lot of fun and got a lot of energy out.
At Rusty's Christmas party for his office he won tickets the the Nutcracker Ballet in downtown Atlanta. For some odd reason he didn't want to go so he gave the tickets to us girls, and since my Mom was in town visiting she got to go with us for a big girls night out. It was so amazing, and I am not being dramatic. Our seats were orchestra a few rows back and I don't think I'll ever want to sit anywhere else. They even had "snow" fall on us during a part of the performance. It was so magical for the girls, their faces were smiling during the entire performance.
Miss Holly is growing up so much. She's a busy girl and wasn't too willing to let me take pictures of her. I had to work hard to get so much as her eye contact. She was much more interested in waving at the trucks going by and trying to run away. Oh, she's fun!
Christmas break flew by, we travelled back home on New Years Day and it's been a blur ever since. School started back today so I had tons of time on my hands and didn't know what to do. Who wants to clean, puhlease! I did finally start recovering our dining room chairs. I'll have to do a before and after soon. I am very proud of where this is going. One chair is done, Five more to go. It seems daunting, but I'll get it done. Rusty was a huge help getting the staples and nails out, so I think I'll ask him to help me some more this weekend. It's going to look a million times better in there when they're all done. I had more fun recovering the chair than I thought I would, so yay!
I hope you had a wonderful holiday and that 2012 is wonderful for your family!