My family, Dorothy included, attended the theater version of "The Wizard of Oz." Loved it! Loved that my girl's ruby red slippers and sparkly outfit made her feel like a queen. Loved that Miss J held my hand when the wicked witch appeared (so I wouldn't be scared, of course). Loved that the boys giggled over the cowardly lion's antics. A perfect night!
Archive for June, 2010
I stopped at my favorite antique mall in St. Joseph, Missouri this week and bought two new baby props for the studio. Hours later in Omaha, I met Baby H. His mom agreed that he should model my fantastic new rustic bucket. Introducing Baby H, ten days new, in his Grandma's flower garden:
Welcome to the world, little man!
I am officially back from vacation, totally revived by the 3R's: Rest, Relaxation, and Retail Therapy. I came home to find my Cox service crashed at some point between Wednesday and Sunday. I am catching up today and tomorrow, so if you do not hear from me, I may not have gotten your message.
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My youngest is four years old today (or 1,460 days old!). Where has time gone? Here is a picture celebration of my little girlfriend, with some fun facts.
Miss J has very recently noticed that she is a girl and not a dirty little tomboy. I'm loving her obsession with tights and hair crowns (headbands) and pretties.
You can predict the humidity outside by Miss J's curls. Slight curl=low humidity, tight curls=high humidity.
Miss J is a total bag lady. She fills purses, backpacks, tote bags, and Ziploc baggies with stuff. Then carts it around the house.
Miss J loves lady bugs and roly polys.
Miss J loves to draw pictures and make pretend shopping lists.
Miss J does NOT eat like a kid. She loves broccoli, asparagus, salmon, and hummus.
Miss J's biggest dream in life is to ride a big yellow school bus. She waves at them and counts them.
Thanks for looking!